Student Wellness Center
Food & Resource Pantry
Student Wellness Center
Professional counseling and support services are provided to students in the areas of personal, academic, crisis and accessible food/resource pantry on campus.The staff is comprised of trained counselors who are qualified to help individuals assess and understand their personal issues, abilities, aptitudes, interests, and other characteristics. Counseling services are confidential and are focused to promote the growth and success of the individual.
The counseling program is an integral part of the teaching and learning process. Counseling services are provided through the comprehensive work of the Student Wellness Center and are available on every campus upon request.
The staff is comprised of trained counselors who are qualified to help individuals assess and understand their personal issues, abilities, aptitudes, interests, and other characteristics.
- Title IX Confidential Source on campus
- Access Food/Resource Pantry on campus
- Counseling support for personal issues such as depression, anxiety, grief, etc.
- Time management and stress management techniques
- Work/Life balance
- Relationship concerns with faculty, staff and students
- Social skills development
- Conflict and confrontation resolution
- Referral and information to community resources
- Academic Counseling: Study skills, test taking strategies, test anxiety, learning styles
- Decision-making skills
- Crisis intervention
- Financial challenges
Accessing Counseling Support Services at Rowan-Cabarrus
- Make an appointment in person at the Student Services reception area at either campus.
- Call 704-216-RCCC (7222) and ask to speak to Misty Moler.
- Referral to Student Assistance Program: college-sponsored benefits that offer free services to enrolled students and immediate family members 24/7/365. Counseling, legal services, financial services and online services can also be accessed by calling 800-633-3353.
- When it comes to mental health, many times individuals aren’t sure or just want gain more knowledge about various conditions. Mental Health America offers some simple and user friendly self-screening tools that can assist in gathering more information related to symptoms of mental health concerns. This can be a healthy and private way to explore and identify symptoms of a variety of conditions. Should you decide to talk to someone following this step, please feel free to contact a member of the Student Wellness Center to discuss further or call the Student Assistance Program (800-633-3353) to access free counseling support. Mental Health America offers free screenings from their website in English and Spanish.
- Faculty can facilitate access to services by sending an electronic referral to email@example.com or by bringing a student to the reception area or providing the Student Wellness Center contact information.
- Referrals: Counselors maintain comprehensive referral resource information. Examples include: Mental Health Services (Rowan Co. 704-637-9301), or (Cabarrus Co. 800-939-5911); Family Crisis Council (Rowan Co. 704-636-4718); Domestic Violence Victims Assistance (Cabarrus Co. 704-788-2826); and many others.
- Student Wellness Staff are accessible:
- North & South Campuses: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday
- NCRC: 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Tuesday
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment at the campus most convenient for you.
- All counseling support services are confidential.