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Student Development & Counseling Center

Help. It's OK to need it. It's important to ask for it.

The Student Development & Counseling Center (SDCC) provides free and confidential counseling, guidance, and support––or just someone to talk to––24/7.

From individual and group counseling to crisis intervention to proactive prevention, education, and outreach programs, our team is dedicated to supporting the personal, social, and academic success and well-being of students. Consultation and referral services are also available to the WPI community.

GET HELP NOW
If you think someone is in imminent danger, call WPI Campus Police at       508-831-5555 (or call 911 if off-campus). 

MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
Call us at 508-831-5540 or schedule an appointment online.
** Our summer hours are 8:00 am-4:30 pm EST Monday-Friday **

VISIT US
16 Einhorn Road

AFTER HOURS 
Call 508-831-5540; you will be able to speak with a crisis counselor through a choice available in the answering message menu. 

The SDCC is open and available and working to get students in quickly, usually within 48 hours or less. 

The [SDCC] was a great resource for me when I was struggling to keep on top of everything freshman year. Anytime I was stressed, I knew that there were professionals on campus who I could confide in and talk through any obstacles I encountered.
WPI SDCC Team

Get to Know Our Team

WPI students are encouraged to visit the SDCC for guidance, comfort, or just someone to talk to. We provide individual, couples, and group counseling options, as well as consultations, crisis interventions, and referrals to local specialists. Whatever’s on your mind, we’re here to provide help and support.

Announcements

November 10, 2022
Be Well Together
November 08, 2022
Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Multicultural Education (ODIME)
November 02, 2022
Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Multicultural Education (ODIME)
October 31, 2022
Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Multicultural Education (ODIME)

In addition to services provided by the SDCC, additional campus resources are available to support the health and well-being of our students, from Accessibility Services to Academic Advising to the Office of Diversity, Inclusion & Multicultural Education.