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Welcome to the Kalamazoo College Counseling Center!

College can be stressful and we are here to help you! Many students experience a wide range of emotions during their college experience, including excitement, sadness, homesickness, grief, identity concerns, and stress, and sometimes all at the same time. The Kalamazoo College Counseling Center offers a wide range of services including individual and group counseling, daily walk-in counseling, crisis intervention, as well as outreach programming. Please learn more about our services by exploring our website.

To start individual counseling, please visit the Counseling Center and complete intake forms located on the Ipads in the lobby. A clinician will email you within 48 hours to set up an initial appointment. If you are unable to visit the Center to complete intake forms, please email Dr. Ferguson.

The Counseling Center will resume in person visits Fall 2021. Teletherapy will remain available for students quarantining due to Covid-19 diagnosis or exposure. In accordance with campus COVID-19 guidelines, all students are required to wear masks during counseling sessions.

  • Hours: M-F 9:00 am-5:00 pm
  • Location: 1st floor of Hicks West next to the Health Center. We are #12 on the campus map.
  • Contact: Dr. Ferguson at kenlana.ferguson@kzoo.edu or 269.337.7191
  • Walk-In Hour: M-F 2:00 pm-3:00 pm. The Walk-In Hour is for crisis situations including: thoughts of hurting yourself or others or seeing or, hearing things that other people cannot see or hear. It may also include an emotional distressing situation that is causing significant impairment in your ability to: attend classes, complete assignments, sleep and/or eat.

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