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Your emotional wellness is important to us. That's why confidential counseling is available free of charge to all enrolled Knox students, where you have the opportunity to talk with an objective professional about your feelings and concerns.
Having a hard time adjusting to college? Classes or relationships leaving you anxious, stressed, or depressed? Not getting along with your roommate? Suffering from an eating disorder or substance abuse? We're here to help. The following services are provided:
Ulifeline.org offers information and self-care resources geared toward college students and college living.
This is a relaxing way to gain information about topics that are important to you, the student body. Groups will be help on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month over the noon hour. Meetings take place on the first floor in Alumni Hall, Kight Student Lounge (across from the fish bowl).
These hours are available for students who wish to discuss the sexual assault reporting process in a confidential space.
Mondays and Fridays 3:30 to 4:30
Please contact Vicki, secretary to schedule an appointment.
Vicki is also available at ext. 7492
Health and Counseling Advisory Board
Health and Counseling services is seeking students who are interested in collaborating on how to best meet the needs of the Knox College Community. Applications are available upon request. The focus will be on identifying strengths and weaknesses and implementing beneficial changes. For further information contact:
An online resource to help Faculty, Staff, and Students identify, support and refer students who are in need. Koginto is a suite of training videos that provide information, resources, and skills to support students who are enduring stress.
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