Counseling Services

The Carlos L. González Counseling Center

The Counseling Center provides ongoing personal and academic counseling for students on an individual and group basis. Counseling is provided in a private and supportive environment in which students may focus on academic and career issues, family problems, personal development concerns and other matters of importance to them. Most counselors on the staff are bilingual (English/Spanish). The Counseling Center maintains a close collaborative relationship with instructional faculty, who are a source of many student referrals. Counselors are available to consult with faculty on issues affecting student academic performance and retention.


Faculty & Staff Information
Faculty may refer students at any time by calling the Center to arrange an appointment for a student or they may e-mail the Center requesting an appointment for a student. In either case, please provide your course information and office phone number, the student’s name and telephone number and a brief summary of the reason for referral, e.g. Academic, Personal, Other. This form should be completed and sent to the Center even if a phone or e-mail referral is made. A counselor will follow up with you after the first contact with the student.

Carlos L. González Counseling Center
450 Grand Concourse, Rm. C330
Bronx, New York 10451
(718) 518-4319

The building and its offices are accessible to individuals who use wheelchairs.

Center Hours
The Center is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on Wednesdays and Thursdays until 7:00 p.m. when classes are in session. At other times, hours are posted at the Center and here on the website. Students are advised to call the Center to confirm hours for the particular service or program they wish to utilize.

How to Contact the Center or Ask a Counselor
Call the number above to speak with a staff person. If no one is available, please leave a voicemail and we will return your call.

Mental Health/Counseling Resources
The Help Center of the American Psychological Association.

The National Institute of Mental Health - Mental Disorders Information

English Language Website on Depression – National Institute on Mental Health

Spanish Language Website on Depression - National Institute of Mental Health

College Students and Depression - American College Health Association

Victim Services of New York - Domestic Violence Legal and Other Support Services

Safe Horizon - Services for Victims of Crimes and Other Traumatic Events


Mental Health America - Free Screenings for Anxiety, Depression, PTSD

Career Resources
Counseling Center’s Career Services Links Page - Students are encouraged to register with Career Services for individualized assistance.

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Academic Support Resources
The Hostos Academic Learning Center

The College Library