Welcome to Counseling & Student Success!

The office of Counseling & Student Success stands committed in valuing and advocating for human rights, equality, diversity, and respect for all people. Our mission continues to remain devoted to serving all students, regardless of race, ethnicity, economic status, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, age, and any and all characteristics that add to the richness of human beings.

We realize that as a community, we are dealing with a historic level of trauma that can add to the complexity of the stress that we already face day-to-day. Coping with everything going on in the world is going to be different for everybody, but we believe that it is important to have a safe and comfortable space to talk honestly about how you are feeling.


Quarantine Survival Guide

Learn about virtual/telehealth resources and learn about strategies to help lessen stress.

Ask a Counselor

If you have a general question you would like answered, click on Ask a CounselorEmail a Counselor to e-mail your question to a counselor.  You will receive a response within 24-48 hours.  Please include your name, student ID number, and telephone number, as some responses may require a telephone call.

Our Services

Learn how to receive educational, career, and/or personal counseling through the Office of Counseling and Student Success.
Student Community Center, room 118
973-328-5140  |  counseling@ccm.edu*

*Crisis and Life Threatening Situations: The Counseling email is only monitored during regular business hours and is NOT intended for the use of crisis counseling.  If you or someone you know are in crisis and/or having thoughts of suicide and need immediate help, please call 911 or Public Safety if you are on campus (973)-328-5550.

You may also contact the following 24-hour services and hotlines:
  • St. Clare’s Hospital – Psychiatric Emergency Service – (973) 625-0280
  • Morristown Memorial Hospital Psychiatric Emergency Service – (973) 540-0100
  • Newton Medical Center – (973) 383-0100
  • Psychiatric Emergency & Screening Services for each County in New Jersey
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800) 273-TALK(8255)

NJ211 helps people find solutions to personal needs by informing them of resources in their community. Examples include: affordable housing, shelters, employment training programs, medical insurance, and linkage to social services. https://www.nj211.org/
*These resources are not endorsed by CCM.  They are community resources offered for your convenience.