Student Counseling Center

"There are far better things ahead than any we leave behind."
-C.S. Lewis

The Student Counseling Center supports the university’s mission of student success by promoting the best possible academic, vocational, and emotional health for Florida Tech students.  A variety of mental health and wellness services are offered to assist students with their overall health, so they can successfully reach their own personal, academic, and career goals..   In an effort to keep the health and safety of our entire campus community a top priority, at this time, we are providing mental health services to main-campus students with increased health and safety precautions using a combination of in-person and teletherapy modalities.  To request services, please click on the red button “Request Services." 


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