Summerville counseling office has moved

sign that says student counseling and psychological services
The Summerville Campus student counseling office has moved, as of December 2019. The office remains in the same building, but has relocated from room CE-201 to room CE-2A.

The new year brings a new location for the Summerville office of Student Counseling and Psychological Services (SCAPS). Over the holidays, the office moved — but not very far.

The Summerville SCAPS office is now just a door down from its previous location, settling in room CE-2A of the Central Utilities Building Annex. The office was formerly on Side B of the annex, room CE-201.

Dr. Elena Petrova, director of Student Counseling and Psychological Services, is excited about what the move means for AU student counseling.
“This new office has more space to accommodate our growth in staff and student appointments,” she said.

“This office also provides accessibility for those with mobility limitations,” she continued. “Our previous location didn’t have elevator access.”

The new office is just steps to the left of the previous location, and remains on the second floor of the building.

Photo of the front office of the Summerville SCAPS office
The best way to find the new office is to look for the blue tile mosaic at its entrance.

To learn more about the move or to schedule an appointment, students may call 706-737-1471. Note that the Health Sciences office location remains unchanged (DA-2014).

Learn more about Augusta University’s Student Counseling and Psychological Services.

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Paige Fowler is the Communications Specialist for the Division of Enrollment and Student Affairs at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at pfowler@augusta.edu.

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