Phone: (419) 998-3140
Fax: (419) 998-3080
The University of Northwestern Ohio provides counseling services to all students. University counselors are available to discuss social or personal adjustment issues and to provide contact information about local doctors and mental health counselors. Students are encouraged to visit the Counseling Office to seek assistance with coursework, potential grade point average, and personal conflicts, as well as to discuss campus issues regarding academic progress, absences, and drug and alcohol policies. Additionally, the Counseling Office promotes several multicultural and wellness programs on campus each year.
Monday and Wednesday, 7:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The counseling department is available to assist students whose cumulative GPA has fallen below the required GPA needed to be on good academic standing. Please contact one of the counselors to discuss your academic situation and receive help if you have been placed on academic probation.
If your last name begins with A-G, please contact Tracey Harris at 419-998-8823 or email@example.com.
If your last name begins with H-O, please contact Bob Elsass at 419-998-8830 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your last name begins with P-Z, please contact Rick Bowersock at 419-998-3146 or email@example.com.
Danielle McClure is available to assist the athletes who have been placed on academic probation. She can be reached at 419-998-3157 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The counseling department can also be of assistance to students who need to withdraw for a session or quarter, or if they would like to change their major in the College of Applied Technologies. If a student needs to withdraw or change their major, they should go see a counselor in the 13000 building to fill out the necessary paperwork.
A College of Applied Technologies student who would like to change their major should also visit the counseling office to complete the change of major form and discuss how the major change will affect them.Danielle McClure - Director of Counseling and Academic Skills