Counseling Center

The SUNY Fredonia Counseling Center (SFCC) offers free, confidential, and individualized services by licensed mental health professionals to all registered students. All SFCC staff members have a minimum of a master's degree in Counseling Psychology, are licensed by the State of New York to practice as a Mental Health Counselor, have extensive experience working with the college population, and regularly participate in continuing education to stay up-to-date with the best practices within the counseling field.

Psychiatric evaluation and medication monitoring services are available on site. In addition, consultation with primary care physicians or other outside health care providers is regularly conducted to provide the most effective care and coordination of treatment services. For more information about SFCC services and staff, please visit

The Substance Abuse and Violence Prevention (SAVP) program coordinated through the Counseling Center strives to create a campus culture in which members make informed and responsible decisions regarding their personal and community health. SAVP works to reduce the incidence, prevalence, and severity of substance abuse and interpersonal violence problems among SUNY Fredonia students. This comprehensive program provides training, advocacy, intervention, and educational opportunities in the following areas: alcohol and other drugs; rape and sexual assault; dating and domestic violence; stalking and harassment; and sexual health.

The Counseling Center is located in LoGrasso Hall. Appointments can be made in person at the reception desk or by telephone at (716) 673-3424. Information about services being offered for the current semester including groups, workshops, and wellness ideas and links can be accessed through the center's website at