Student Counsellors are the central point of contact for an EUC student or staff member who wishes to discuss students’ personal circumstances, functional disabilities and related study skills and planning. Student Counsellors offer confidentiality and refer to other services as required. A student counsellor is dedicated to each new class of students, which means that you will have the same Student Counsellor throughout your academic career at EUC. Every student has the opportunity to meet with their Student Counsellor by booking an appointment via intranet or attending open hours.
We teach and expect our students to be IPP (Informed, Prepared, and Proactive), therefore they are responsible for booking an appointment with their Student Counsellor when in need.
Counselling is confidential. Information obtained during counselling sessions will not be disclosed to any outside persons (including parents) without your written permission, except when required by law (e.g., when there is reasonable suspicion that you might be a threat to yourself and/or others).
Meet our student counsellors: