Emotional support for recent graduates

Campbell graduates 2019

Graduating from college is a huge milestone and an occasion to celebrate. However, transitioning from campus to the next stage of life can also lead to feelings of loss, discouragement and fear. We hope these four resources help you process those feelings and know you are not alone.


If you’re struggling with any mental or emotional stumbling blocks, Campbell University Counseling Services is available to help.

Counselors are now offering Teletherapy sessions through a secure video conferencing platform, Doxy.me. All students residing in North Carolina can receive telecounseling. For students residing outside of North Carolina, we will communicate with your state’s counseling license board to confirm what services we are permitted to provide via distance counseling.

Additionally, if you are unable to participate in teletherapy sessions or would prefer, we are offering brief 20-30 minute phone-check ins. Please call our main number 910-814-5709 to speak with Ms. Barbara Inscore, who will guide you through the process of setting up a session.

Please be aware you may not get a call back immediately, but likely within one business day. If you need immediate assistance or feel like you are in crisis (thoughts of hurting yourself or others, hearing voices or seeing things that others do not see/hear, experienced a traumatic event) please contact 911 or present to your local emergency department.

Campbell Counseling staff are actively discussing innovative ways to serve you virtually and provide support during this time. Please follow our Instagram account @CU_Counseling for ongoing updates, resources, and support.