Interested in talking with a counselor? Please complete the online request form. Have questions? Email or call (414) 277-7590. 

Counseling Services Office Hours

Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (closed in June and July, and whenever the university is closed)

Counseling Services is currently closed until August 1. If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please call the mental health support line at 988, call 911, or present to your nearest emergency room. If you have questions or concerns otherwise, please email or call 414-277-7590. MSOE staff will respond to all inquiries.

Counseling Services provides a setting in which students may confidently discuss problems that affect their education goals including study habits, class attendance, social conflicts, self-certainty and career decision-making. Personal problems, whether they have their origin on or off campus, often deter students from their formal educational objectives.

Counseling Services can help students focus on realistic solutions to these and other potential problem areas so students will experience personal and academic satisfaction and success.

MSOE Counseling Services is available in-person or via telehealth. Our goal is to make mental health services as accessible as possible. Please go to the bottom of this page for further mental health resources. 

MSOE Counseling Services is committed to providing an environment where community members, regardless of racial and ethnic membership, gender, sexual identity, social class, religious affiliation, nationality, and/or disability status, are provided with services and programs that are inclusive and allow for self-expression through providing a safe place to be heard and accepted.



MSOE Podcast

Hear about MSOE's partnership with Rogers Behavioral Health and its focus on mental health in MSOE's podcast, Rethink What's Possible:

Industry experts Dr. Carol Sabel, MSOE School of Nursing chairperson, and Sue McKenzie Dicks, vice president of healthy culture at Rogers Behavioral Health, discuss the importance of mental health with recent graduate Jake Egan, who shares his own personal mental health journey.