Counseling & Accessibility Services

In Crisis? Know someone who is?
Call Campus Security at 1.252.406.7928

Mental and emotional wellness is key to your success in college. We can help!

The goal of Counseling services is to provide you with a safe, confidential, and supportive environment for you to discuss life concerns, challenges, and opportunities. Our professional mental health counselor assists students each year seeking help with transitioning to college, coping with college life, fear of failure, feelings of loneliness, anxiety, depression, academic concerns and many other areas. The counseling process is about problem-solving, expansion of awareness and coping skills, and personal growth. You do not need to be in crisis to benefit from counseling services.

FREE Unlimited Access to Therapists + On-Demand Counseling

NC Wesleyan University partners with Virtual Care to offer full access to their telehealth platform so you can get the mental health care you need anytime, from anywhere, at no cost to you. We encourage you to take advantage of this wonderful service provided to you by North Carolina Wesleyan University which includes unlimited 50-minute behavioral visits with master-level counselors, life coaching, and on-demand crisis counseling.

To register, go to For any questions or concerns about the platform, please email VCG’s Care Team at

Register to Speak to a Therapist.
Use zip code 27804 when prompted.

  • Web and Mobile App
  • 24/7 Access, 365 Days a Year
  • Extensive Provider Network

Campus Counselor

Our Counselor is available for short-term, solution-focused counseling sessions on campus with an appointment and to make referrals to next level of care as appropriate.

To schedule an appointment with our on-campus counselor, please contact her at or 252-985-5369.

Counseling Hours

Monday – Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (when classes are in session)

Mental Health Hotline:

Call or text 988or chat

For assistance, please contact:

Accessibility Services

The purpose of Accessibility services is to provide equal access opportunities, including the establishment and coordination of academic accommodations, auxiliary aids and programs to qualified students in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. The office of CDS exercises a reasonable good faith effort to coordinate accommodations to enable students with disabilities to maximize their educational potential.

For complete information on support available for students with disabilities at NC Wesleyan University, please download the Accessibility Services Handbook below or email for more information.