What Students Say About Us

Fall 2017 Graduate Assistants 

The Counseling Center (CC) has a good reputation on campus! On average, each student who comes to the Center attends about four counseling sessions. At the completion of counseling, students are offered an anonymous satisfaction survey. In all, 118 students chose to complete the survey in the 2016-17 academic year.

Detailed results of the student ratings on the survey appear in the table below.

 

Question

Strongly Agree  

or Agree

Neither Agree

or Disagree

 

Disagree

My counselor was genuinely interested in helping me. 100% -- --
I could trust my counselor with my concerns or problems. 95% 5% --
Counseling helped me develop skills needed to cope with my concerns or problems. 91% 6% 2%
Counseling helped me feel better and/or find solutions to my problem. 97% 2% 1%
Overall, I am satisfied with my experience at the Counseling Center. 98% 2% --
I would recommend counseling services to a friend. 98% 2% --

Influence of personal problems on academic work

Personal problems can impact academic work and ability to stay at Missouri State University.

Many students find the personal concerns they are dealing with have a negative impact on their performance in the classroom and on their ability to remain enrolled at Missouri State University. However, students who report seeking assistance with these concerns at the Center had a positive impact on these same areas.

65.3% of students stated their problems interfered with the ability to conduct their academic work, and 33.1% considered leaving Missouri State University due to their concerns. 50% stated that CC services assisted them in remaining in school, while 66.1% stated that CC services helped them improve their academic work.

View reasons students might seek counseling with us.