Counseling Services offers a variety of free resources for Centenary students. Individual and date rape prevention and group counseling, alcohol and drug abuse assistance, and presentations on topics such as stress management and test anxiety, are available to undergraduate students. Consultation and referral to community resources are available for those students attending our graduate programs at no charge.

Counseling Services also facilitates classroom accommodations for students with disabilities. To learn more, visit the Disability Services webpages.



To make an appointment, please call 318-869-5466


After Hours/Emergency

  • Medical emergencies - dial 911 or go to your local emergency room
  • General emergencies - dial 911 or DPS at 318.869.5000 or x5000 (on-campus)
  • Contact one of the emergency or 24-hour resources listed below:
Crisis/Help Lines
Suicide Prevention 318.221.3989; 877.994.2275
1-800-273-TALK 800.273.8255
1-800-SUICIDE 800.784.2433
Lifeline Crisis Chat - online crisis chat services
1-866-4-U-TREVOR - A crisis line specifically for LGBTQ 866.488.7386
Compulsive Gambling helpline 877.770.7867
Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
Sexual Assault Center - Project Celebration
Anti-Hazing Hotline 888.668.4293;
Eating Disorders Helpline 800.931.2237
Substance Abuse Helpline 800.662.4357
Alcohol Info and Support 800.331.2900
Crisis Line for Veterans 800.273.8255

Services for Students

Learn more about individual and group counseling, substance abuse assistance, and more.


Tools and guides for students, faculty, and staff, including a confidential online mental health screening.

Counseling FAQ

Straightforward answers about how to get started with counseling, and what to expect.

Contact Info

Tina Feldt

Director of Counseling & Disability Services

2911 Centenary Boulevard, Shreveport, LA 71104