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Counseling Center

A successful college experience, and life for that matter, includes challenge, opportunity, success, failure, stress, and growth. At the Counseling Center, we hope that you will not only successfully navigate but also learn and grow from the challenges you face during your time at JHU. We hope that you will succeed academically; build strong, supportive relationships with friends and mentors; and develop your understanding of your chosen field of study and of yourselves. We also hope that when you do struggle or fail, which we all do, you will learn from the experience and bounce back stronger.

We are here to provide emotional support and assistance for your mental health needs as you make your way through your time at JHU. Explore our website to learn more information regarding our services, which are both confidential and free to eligible students.

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