The College is in Phase Two of transitioning college operations back to our campuses. Campuses will not be open to walk-in students or visitors.
Personal and Academic Counseling
Getting help can be hard. The Counseling and Student Development department is here to help. The department is committed to student success, and its counselors realize that pressure and difficulties affect academic performance. Therefore, staff members are available to meet with students individually to discuss a wide range of personal concerns, while counselors provide encouragement and support in a non-judgmental environment, intervene in times of crisis, help students identify and resolve personal issues, and make referrals when necessary.
Durham Tech Counseling Services can help with a number of conditions, including:
Counselors help students explore the best options available for academic and personal success. Our counseling office utilizes a short-term model, and the counseling services are goal-focused. Staff members also have information about available community resources for students who need long-term therapeutic services.
For more information or to speak with a counselor, call 919-536-7200, ext. 1408, to set up an appointment or stop by Counseling Services in the Phail Wynn, Jr. Student Services Center, room 10-209. Walk-in services also are available.
For help after hours, the student should leave a message, and a counselor will return the call the next day. For emergency help, contact Durham Tech's Campus Police and Public Safety at 919-536-7255, ext. 5555, or call the Durham City Police at 911.
View these tips for:
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 - This is a free, 24-hour hotline that is available to anyone in crisis or distress.
Join Let's Cope!
This group supports Durham Tech students that are looking for a safe space to discuss anxiety and other issues that students may experience due to Covid-19. The group will focus on sharing experiences and coping skills. The group meets online every Tuesday at 10 a.m. and Thursday at 4 p.m.
June 9 and June 11 we'll discuss Dealing with Stress and Anxiety during Covid-19.