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The BYU-Idaho Counseling Center is committed to valuing diversity in all forms. They recognize that discrimination, prejudice, and systemic issues of power and privilege impact the lives of our students. They feel a special obligation as a mental health agency to affirm diversity, condemn oppression in every form, and encourage utilization of their services by all students. All are welcome, respected, and appreciated. Counseling services are confidential and are not part of the student's academic record.

CAMPUS LOCATIONS

  • Hours: 8am-5pm | Mon-Fri
  • Counseling Office: 200 Student Health Center
  • Medical Office: 122 Chapman Hall

For more information see the Counseling Center website.

Suicide Prevention Hotlines 

  • The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24 hours a day to speak with someone live at 800-273-8255.
  • Text or call the Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline at 208-398-4357 or call the Idaho Care Line 211, then select option 3.
  • Text "HOME" to the crisis text line at 741741 for free crisis counseling 24 hours a day.
  • To reach the BYU-Idaho Counseling Center about a mental health emergency, call 208-496-4357.

Appointments

  • You will need to call in to schedule an appointment by phone at 208-496-9370 or stop by in-person.
  • To reschedule an appointment, contact the Counseling Center by phone at 208-496-9370
  • For basic questions contact them via email counselingcenter@byui.edu
  • Appointments with a counselor are FREE as long as you have an assigned track, you are taking at least 6 credits, and you are living in the state of Idaho.

FAQ

What services do they offer?

Is there assigned parking for when I visit the Counseling Center?

  • Park in the parking spaces in front of the Student Health Center along the sidewalk. Signs will read "Reserved for Student Health Care Patients." Be aware this is only for the time you are attending an appointment. You may not park here and go to class before/after the appointment.​​​​​​​
    • If you are unable to park in one of these spots, temporary passes are available at the reception desk.

Do Online Students qualify for counseling from the school? 

  • Online Students can only get counseling services from the school if they are matriculating towards a degree (assigned to a track), are taking at least 6 credits, and living in the state of Idaho. If their track assignment is "online" they are not eligible. 

Is there counseling for couples?

  • Yes! In order to be eligible for these service, one member of the couple must be a matriculated student that is registered for a minimum of six credits

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Article ID: 9275
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