Counseling Services

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Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits sexual discrimination in any form to include any form of sexual harassment and gender discrimination.


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Counseling Overview

No one ever said you had to do it all on your own. NCC Counseling Services are offered at both Bethlehem and Tannersville sites. Trained professionals are available to help you keep your personal and academic life in balance. Our services include mental health, substance abuse, bilingual, career counseling and academic counseling. They are free to all students, and we maintain strict confidentiality.

In the case of an urgent situation in which your safety or the safety of others is at risk, call 911. You may also call Northampton County Crisis at 610-252-9060, Carbon, Monroe, Pike County Crisis at 570-992-0879, the Suicide Prevention LifeLine at 1-800-273-8255, or text PA to 741741.

Use our Online Forms to Connect with a Counselor

** StudentsCLICK HERE to request an appointment with a Personal Counselor.

** FacultyCLICK HERE to request a consultation or classroom presentation.

Contact Information and Hours

Bethlehem Campus

Phone:  610-332- 6178
Location: College Center 341 

Fall Semester Office Hours

Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 6:00 pm
Friday - 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Monroe Campus

Email: monroecounseling@northampton.edu

Phone: (570) 369-1842

Fall Semester Office Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9:00am -5:00 pm

Wednesday 9:00am -6:00 pm

If you have an immediate need to talk to a counselor between 8-9am M-Th, call (570) 360-9077.

Basic Services

Learn about our personal counseling and career counseling here.

Confidentiality Policy

We value your privacy. Read our policy on confidentiality.

Mission Statement Counseling and Support Services

Our mission is to offer comprehensive counseling and support services to foster the intellectual, emotional, social and cultural development of students.

These quick, anonymous screenings for anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, substance addiction, eating disorders, PTSD and psychosis are not intended to provide diagnoses, but can help you identify signs that you or someone you know might benefit from professional consultation and services.