Looking for Accessibility Resources? Please visit our SMCX Success page.
Our Nurse Practitioner is on campus in the Nurse's Office at Kingman Hall from 12:00pm to 4:00pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. To set up an appointment, please email WellnessGroup@smcsc.edu with your name and a phone number where you can be reached. An SMCX Wellness staff member will call you to review open appointment times and schedule an appointment for you.
Immunization requirements for SMC students:
- Hepatitis B
Go to your application portal to find the health history form.
INDIVIDUAL COUNSELINGTo help students deal with an array of personal and interpersonal issues including stress, anxiety, depression, grief and relationship issues.
To schedule counseling services:
- Visit https://smcsc.titaniumhwc.com/
- First time:
- Select the "New Client" tab
- Fill in your information
- Click "Consent and Privacy Notice" and sign the forms
- Select an available appointment time
- Returning Clients
- Click the "Existing Client" tab
- Select an available appointment time
Controlled substances will not be available, so if you have been prescribed any controlled substances in the past you will need to continue to get those from the original prescribing doctor.
Fri: 9am - 12pm
Director of Counseling Services864.587.4356
The X, Office 231
CRISIS SERVICESStudents who are experiencing a psychological or emotional crisis often need immediate help and intervention. Some examples of serious crises include suicidal or homicidal thoughts or impulses; sexual or physical assault; hearing voices or otherwise misperceiving reality; or overwhelming loss, such as a death in the family.
If you are afraid you will not be able to avoid hurting yourself or someone else, get help immediately. We reserve the right to contact law enforcement or EMS to transport the student for further evaluation.
During office hours, call Counseling Services at 864-587-4356, and make it clear you are in crisis. Students will be seen as soon as possible.
- Call Campus Safety 864-587-4003
- Go to the Spartanburg Regional Hospital Emergency Department
- Call 1-800-273-8255 for the National Suicide Prevention Hotline
- STEP ONE: Contact Alesia via phone at (864) 587-4356 or email to schedule an appointment.
- STEP TWO: Download and sign the consent form and then return to Alesia via email.
- STEP THREE: Once the consent form with signature is returned and your appointment is confirmed, you can go to https://doxy.me/smccounseling to begin counseling.
- IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE ONLINE PORTAL:
- The website will not be monitored throughout the day. It will be checked at the time of scheduled appointments.
- Use Chrome or Firefox web browser.
- You will need to give your browser permission to access your microphone and camera for the call.
- A check-in box will appear where you can enter you name. Please enter complete name, so I’ll know you arrived.
To access the app:
- Visit SMC's profile on Sharpen
- If asked to put in a code at the App Store it is "SMC" in all caps.
- Information to learn about mental health disorders
- Hear stories of others who have overcome these serious illnesses the voices and perspectives of students themselves
- Provides access to resources in their area at the click of a button
Also available is “Mind Wise,” a mental health screening that can be accessed through the Sharpen app or by clicking the following link: https://screening.mentalhealthscreening.org/smcsc. Once you complete the screening, if you have any mental health symptoms, and want to discuss, please contact Mrs. Alesia Lowe-Jenkins at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
In collaboration with the Student Development team, Counseling Services are available to all SMC students. Professional staff can assist students with their personal and interpersonal growth, with the goal of helping them become successful academically, socially, spiritually, and psychologically. While the college promotes a student-centered atmosphere in the Christian tradition, the Counseling Services staff respects the values of all clients.
All services are confidential and free of charge. Should additional help be needed, referrals may be made to medical professionals beyond the campus community.