Counseling Center Staff
Sandra Mizerak, LMHC
Colleen McSweeney, LCSW-R
Oriskany Hall, Suite B
(with The Health & Wellness Center)
|Monday:||9:00 am - 6:00 pm|
|Tuesday:||9:00 am - 6:00 pm|
|Wednesday:||9:00 am - 6:00 pm|
|Thursday:||9:00 am - 6:00 pm|
|Friday:||9:00 am - 5:00 pm|
Call 792-7172 for more information or to schedule an appointment (walk-ins are welcome although appointments are preferred and help guarantee timely services)! All registered students have access to FREE, CONFIDENTIAL services at the Counseling Center.
For emergency mental health concerns on campus contact University Police at (315)792-7111 or 111 (from a campus phone). For off campus emergencies contact the Mobile Crisis Assessment Team (MCAT) at (315) 732-6228 for 24-Hour assistance or 911!
The Counseling Center plays a vital role in the mission of SUNYIT. Individuals attending college today bring with them life stressors that impact upon their ability to do college work successfully. In conjunction with other areas, the Counseling Center assists in the development of the emotional, physical and psychological well-being of all students. The goal of the Counseling Center is to provide a safe, confidential and comfortable environment for students to discuss life challenges. The center provides individual and group counseling that enhances self-esteem and empowers the individual to make better decisions.
Counseling services are voluntary, by student request and with strict confidentiality.
Our counselors provide short term services to assist students to manage their concerns/issues. Some common concerns/issues may include:
- Balancing personal life, work and/or college
- Anxiety, stress and/or depression
- Anger management
- College transition issues including: roommate and/or relationship issues, adjusting to college life, homesickness, etc.
- Grief and family problems
- Eating disorders
- Sexual identity
- Substance abuse
Confidentiality is of utmost importance. Counselors will only communicate with a parent/guardian if written consent is obtained from the student. Crisis intervention services are provided by our licensed counselors, with referrals to local mental health services for students at high or imminent risk of harm to self or others.
You can also find helpful information through virtual pamphlets and www.ulifeline.org
Another resource is the website: