Rush University Counseling Center

Open all year, the Rush University Counseling Center provides professional counseling at no charge to individuals and couples for a variety of concerns ranging from academic problems to issues of personal development. Students have sought help for test anxiety, insomnia, study difficulties, career questions, eating disorders, parenting concerns, general anxiety, depression, and marital and/or relationship problems. The Rush University Counseling Center maintains strict standards of privacy and confidentiality. No information on an individual student is released to anyone, inside or outside of the University, without the prior consent of the student. No student contact with the Counseling Center becomes a part of any other University record. The Rush University Counseling Center, located in 701 Kidston House, is also reachable via telephone at (312) 942-3687.