Saint Paul College Counseling Services
A personal counselor is available to assist you with personal, educational, social, and developmental concerns as well as general life planning and goal-setting. The on-staff counselor also provides crisis intervention services, career counseling, mediation, referrals to community agencies, and consultations when necessary.
College counseling services at Saint Paul College can provide assistance in a number of areas, including, but not limited to,
- Interpersonal Skills
- Sexual Orientation
- Sexual Violence
- Study Skills
- Test Anxiety
- Time Management
- Transition to College
- Academic Difficulties
- Anger Management
- Career Planning
- Chemical Dependency
- Eating Disorders
- Grief & Loss
- Goal Setting
- Health & Wellness
Any student enrolled is eligible to access college counseling services on our St. Paul campus at no additional charge.
Online Mental Health Screening
Saint Paul College offers confidential and free online mental health self-assessment screenings to Saint Paul College students in the areas of depression, bipolar disorder, alcohol, eating disorders, generalized anxiety, and post-traumatic stress. The online mental health self-assessment screening results will indicate whether or not further professional consultation would be helpful to you. Referral information is available at the end of each screening. If you have questions about the screenings or would like to set up an appointment with a Saint Paul College Counselor, please contact Lisa Hanes at
Begin your confidential
Online Mental Health Screening Self-Assessment.
Click here for more information on Sexual Violence.
Your discussions with a counselor will be confidential in accordance with the ethical standards of the American Counseling Association and the laws of the State of Minnesota. Please discuss with your counselor the limits of confidentiality.
A counselor will assist students in the identification and contact of appropriate on- and off-campus referral resources, such as community agencies or emergency mental health centers, when long-term counseling or extensive crisis intervention is needed.
Counseling Center Referral - Online Form
If concerned about a student, you can submit a referral online.
Before you begin: If this is an emergency that requires immediate attention, please call 911 prior to filling out the Counseling Center Referral form. Referrals are reviewed by Counseling Center staff and are not designed as an emergency response notification system.
For assistance or consultation while completing this referral, please contact the Counseling Center at
Click on the following link to make an online referral to the Counseling Office:
Counseling Center Referral - Online Form
College counseling services at Saint Paul College are located in room 1335 and a counselor is available on an appointment or emergency walk-in basis. For assistance, call
651.846.1383. Hours vary by semester.
If you are in crisis or need immediate assistance, the following community resources are available to assist you:
- First Call for Help - United Way; 651.291.0211
Health and Human Services Referral information
- Ramsey County Crisis Line;
- Hennepin County Crisis Line, 612.596.1223
- Ramsey County Mental Health Services;
Sexual Offense Services of Ramsey County
Crisis Line/Service Line:
Sexual Assault Resource Service - Hennepin County
24-Hour Crisis Line:
National Sexual Assault Hotline
Rape Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)
640 Jackson St.
St. Joseph's Hospital
69 W. Exchange
333 North Smith Ave.
Law Enforcement Resources
Additional Services -
Council on Crime and Justice
24-Hour Service Line:
Additional Campus Resources
Additional Saint Paul College resources are also available to assist you. Here are quick links and phone numbers:
651.846.1547 or for TTY Communication, contact the Minnesota Relay Service at 7-1-1 or
- Student Emergency Funds: Saint Paul College has established limited emergency financial assistance to currently enrolled students who are experiencing a financial hardship due to an unexpected event or emergency. The funds are not intended to replace or supplement financial aid.