Karen Evenson, MS, LPC Counselor
It happens to all students. It's okay to ask for help!
In college, you can sometimes feel like the weight of the world is on you. If you’re ever feeling anxious, depressed or hopeless, know that you are not alone and there are sources readily available to help you. Data from college students across the country showed that at some point in the previous year:
- 30% felt so depressed that it was difficult to function
- 47% felt things were hopeless
- 49% felt overwhelming anxiety
- 60% felt very lonely
- 87% felt overwhelmed by all they had to do
If you are having any of these feelings you can reach out for help by contacting the Campus Counseling Center. The Counseling Center offers up to 10 free sessions per year for UW-BSC students. We're here to help with all mental health issues, stress management, test taking anxiety, relationship issues, parenting, addictions, and more.
Our counselor can be reached by phone Mon-Fri, from 8 am-5 pm. She is also available by appointment in the Counseling Center during the following hours:
- Mon: 10am - 2pm
- Tues: 11:30am - 3:30pm
- Weds: 10am - 2pm
- Thurs: 11:30 m - 3:30pm
For crisis emergencies between 5pm and 8am, please call the 24-hour Emergency Crisis Line:
To schedule an appointment, call, e-mail, or stop by the office.
If the door is open, the counselor is accessible for scheduling.
Campus Counseling Center
Fine Arts Building, Room B141
(608) 355-5272 or (608) 963-4695
- Individual Counseling
- Group Counselor
- Couples Counseling
- Workshops for the Campus Community
- Referalls for Other Needed Services
All personal information discussed by students in counseling sessions is treated as confidential within the Center, with certain legally mandated exceptions. Counseling files are not part of University records and cannot be accessed without the student’s written permission.
Helpful Links and Resources
- College Student Stress
- Are you depressed?
- Student Health 101
- UW Colleges Smart and Healthy website
- Questions about symptoms
- Resources for help
- Substance issues/Self assessment
- Gender identity information and support
- Local LGBT info and support