Office of Health and Counseling Services
The Office of Counseling Services provides university students with individual and group assistance for adapting to stressful situations while attending DSU. The professional staff are trained to help with clinical issues such as depression, anxiety, grief, anger, trauma and alcohol and drug abuse. The Center also provides alcohol, and chemical dependency information, brochures, and treatment referrals. Other services include assistance for: adjusting to the university environment; resolving relationship issues with a roommate, professor, parents or significant other; choosing a vocation; selecting a major; and, solving personal, social and educational difficulties.
Counseling services are also available to faculty and staff. These services are FREE and confidential to students, faculty and staff. To schedule a consultation with a counselor, please click on the link below:
Please note: This appointment is for the initial consultation only. Do not schedule multiple appointments. Follow-up and additional appointments will be made during the initial consultation meeting.
Campus Counseling (Non-emergency reporting)
This form is used to report “non-emergency” behavioral, emotional and/or mental health concerns regarding DSU students. If you have questions regarding campus counseling services, please contact us at email@example.com or call us at (662) 846-4690.
988 Crisis Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, as well as prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones.
In the event of an after-hours emergency, please contact University Police at (662) 846-4155 or call 911.
Your health is important to us at Delta State University! O.W. Reily Student Health Services offers basic medical care and behavioral health consultation to the Delta State Community.
Student Health Services provides:
- High quality, FREE, accessible, integrated health services
- A safe environment respecting students of race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, protected veteran status and any other status protected by applicable state or federal law
- Confidential services
- HIPAA: The Privacy Rule, a federal law, gives you rights over your health information and sets rules and limits on who can look at and receive your health information.
- FERPA: The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 is a federal law designed to protect the privacy of educational records; to establish the rights of students to inspect and review their education records.
The O.W. Reily Student Health Center offers a wide variety of general health and wellness services to ensure students are healthy. The nurse practitioner on staff is very knowledgeable and experienced.
The mission of Delta State University’s Disability Services is to provide reasonable accommodations to ensure that students with disabilities are afforded equal educational opportunities. ODS seeks to ensure that qualified students with disabilities are provided equal access while maintaining the integrity of the university. By providing direction, offering resources, and coordinating appropriate accommodations based on federal laws, regulations, and individual need(s), the department’s administration and staff encourage and support self-advocacy among students being served. Being student-centered in nature, the department strives to convey a vision for academic success and a goal of developing confident, independent, life-long student learners. Achieving reasonable accommodations for a student with a disability involves shared responsibility between the students, faculty, and staff.
How to Request Accommodations
STEP 1. Become admitted to the University.
STEP 2. Students should self-identify as a student with a qualified disability. You can do so by completing the accomodation interest form, sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call at 662-846-4690.
STEP 3. Complete the Accommodation Interest Form using the link provided, to obtain the disability services accommodation packet.
STEP 4. Submit documentation that supports your diagnosis and current need for accommodations. The documentation should come from a professional who is qualified to render the diagnosis such as a psychometrist, psychologist, and/or medical doctor Please note: This list is just an example and is not limited to other qualified professionals. Documentation should be current-no more than 3-5 years old.
STEP 5. Schedule a meeting with the ADA coordinator to discuss your request, etc. To schedule an appointment contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 662-846-4690.
STEP 6. Each semester, you will request approved accommodations by submitting a copy of your new course schedule to the office of disability services.
STEP 7: You will meet with your instructors to discuss your needs in each class.
**Please make sure you frequently check your DSU Email!
This is how we will communicate with you as we go through this process.
The Office of Health and Counseling Services provides outreach services to the students, staff, and faculty at Delta State University as well as the surrounding communities. Outreach efforts include but are not limited to the following:
- classroom presentations
- tabling at campus events
- psycho-educational programming
Our goal at the Office of Health and Counseling Services is to support the health and wellness of the members of our Delta State community. By going beyond the walls of our offices and reaching out to the campus community, we hope to raise awareness, increase knowledge, and build skills.
O.W. Reily Student Health Center
DSU Box 3303
Cleveland, MS 38733
P: (662) 846-4630
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM