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Forms and Resources


 The following forms are to be completed ONLY after you have scheduled an appointment with the Student Counseling Center.

Intake FormClient Contract

Helpful Links

Any links to external websites and/or non-TU or SCC information provided on university pages or returned from university web search engines are provided as a courtesy. They should not be construed as an endorsement by the SCC, but are merely provided for your information and convenience.

ULifeline – sign on as a Troy University student to access additional resources

The Jed Foundation

APA Help Center


Active Minds

Mental Health America

How to Study

Study Guides and Strategies

Guide to Stress Management

Online Relaxation Exercises

Stress Management
Download PDF

Blood Alcohol Calculator

Prescription Drug Use and Abuse

Alcoholics Anonymous

Campus Drug Prevention                                                 

College Binge Drinking                                                         

Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network

GLBT National Help Center


The Trevor Project                                                                               

Make the Connection                                                              

The Veteran Crisis Line                                                            

National Center for PTSD                                                                        

Suicide Prevention Hotline                                                    

*If you are actively suicidal, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room immediately


For Faculty and Staff

Taking a Closer Look at FERPA

FERPA limits the disclosure of information from student “education records,” a term that the law defines quite broadly and that is not limited to “academic” records.


Faculty and Staff Guide for Suicide Prevention

Suicide is the second leading cause of death among college students. 



Interacting with Distressed Students

Any member of the Troy University community may come into contact with a distressed student.


How to Refer a Student

There are both more and less effective ways to refer a student for counseling. 


Standards for Threatening Behavior

Remember to know your limits and it is always better to act sooner rather than later.


For Parents

Supporting your student while letting them go

The college years can be exciting and stressful for both you and your child. They are exciting because your child will be learning to live independently and this allows both of you to explore other parts of your lives.