Tag Archives: Center for Counseling and Consultation (CCC)

Suite News: Be your best with SAS

When I started the Student Affairs department, it was staffed with just two people. Today, SAS is comprised of five departments with 40 dedicated, knowledgeable, and professional team members. Our extraordinary team provides services and creates opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to connect, engage, and succeed. Continue reading

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Suite News: Tips to get a Better Night’s Sleep – Starting Tonight!

Sleep deficiency can cause problems with learning, focusing, and reacting. You may have trouble making decisions, solving problems, remembering things, controlling your emotions and behavior, and coping with change. You may take longer to finish tasks, have a slower reaction time, and make more mistakes. Sleep deprivation is also linked to a greater risk for anxiety and depression. Continue reading

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Suite News: Counseling for the Cyberdependent

What I am talking about is how the smartphone is the ultimate (at least for now) technological gadget, our dependence on it, and its impact on how we deal with others and ourselves. Continue reading

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Suite News: How the Student and Academic Services Suite can help you succeed!

The team of friendly professionals in Student and Academic Services (SAS) are ready to help you succeed! We provide services and programming for all undergraduate and graduate students from all of USG’s nine partner universities. Continue reading

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