Family and Loved Ones
At times, you may worry about your student and want to know how to help them. While we are not able to share protected health information outwardly, we are able to consult and assist in accessing our array of mental health services, as well as offer suggestions to guide your student towards helpful resources.
As students begin the exciting yet challenging journey at Mines, families must navigate a variety of transitions. It is common for students to experience unease as they adjust to college life and the many changes ahead. The Counseling Center team is available to help students manage the emotional impact and build useful skills as they navigate this transformative experience.
If you are concerned about your student and want to recommend counseling support for them, we encourage you to explore the free, confidential counseling options available to them as a first step. You can also call us at 303-273-3377 during open hours for further information and guidance.
Please see below for more specific information and links to helpful campus resources and informative articles.
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Worried about your student’s Mental health or safety?
- Student Outreach and Support (SOS) helps students navigate personal and academic challenges they may face while at Mines through case management and resource connection. To have a Student Outreach and Support staff member reach out to the student of concern via phone or email, submit a SOS referral.
- Safety concerns after 5:00 pm, contact Mines Public Safety at 303-273-3333. If the call goes to voicemail, press 5 and the Officer on Duty will be dispatched via radio.
- Emergencies: if there is an immediate risk to life or property call 9-1-1.
Student Wellness Center
1770 Elm Street, 2nd floor Golden, CO 80401
Monday-Friday 8:00 am-4:45 pm