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Helping You Reach Your Potential

Attending class and not feeling well? Stop by Health Services and schedule an appointment. We have a variety of professionals to assist in treating health issues and other problems facing students.

Counseling Services are available to all students, both residential and commuter. All our counselors are professionally trained, and your sessions are confidential and free.

With the introduction of the Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Program, Ramapo College is committed to providing a safe, healthy learning environment for all its members and to reducing the harm associated with alcohol and other drug use by students, faculty and staff.

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Health Services

Location: Health Services is a part of the Division of Student Affairs. It is located near the campus South Gate entrance at the corner of Route 202 and Hornbeam Road.
Phone: (201) 684-7536

Counseling Services

Location: Building D, room D-216 (entrance behind stairwell on left)
Phone: (201) 684-7522

Alcohol & Other Drug Prevention

Location: Building D, room D-216 (entrance behind stairwell on left)
Phone: (201) 684-7522

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Commitment to Diversity

Counseling Services at Ramapo College is committed to promoting and supporting diversity by fostering an atmosphere of inclusiveness and respect.  We seek to maintain a caring service environment in which individual differences are valued and respected, and where dignity and individual rights are protected and affirmed.  As a college community, our lives are inevitably interconnected, and we all benefit from genuine understanding, respect, and appreciation of diversity.  We view diversity as broad and inclusive, representing the many social and cultural groups in our society.  We appreciate and value individual differences in age, gender, culture, race, ethnic identity, religious affiliation, sexual identity, disability status, and socioeconomic status.  We also recognize that for certain historically marginalized and underrepresented groups, issues such as power and privilege, stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination can have a significant impact on their life experiences.

Counseling affords students the opportunity to explore their thoughts and feelings about various life issues, while simultaneously developing effective ways to cope with their problems.  Counseling Services strives to establish an inclusive and validating environment that values the varied social and cultural experiences of our students and provides a safe place to be heard, understood, and appreciated.  We want students to feel comfortable exploring the importance of culture and identity in their lives, considering the role that social and cultural factors play in their mental health and overall well-being.  To that end, our counselors continually strive to be culturally attuned, respectful, and responsive to the unique and important needs of all our clients.