Outreach Programming

Outreach Programming is a service provided by the Counseling Center in order to promote the health and well-being of the larger university community. Our staff is available to deliver lectures, workshops, and other programming to your class, group, or campus organization. We offer a wide variety of topics, and we are always expanding the list of topics we cover. In addition to recognition and prevention programming for students, the Counseling Center provides consultation and training in a variety of areas to faculty and staff. We are also available for general outreach at events such as health fairs or other campus events.

What topics are offered?

The Counseling Center is willing to provide a variety of workshops and outreach programs including (but not limited to):

  • Test anxiety
  • Strategies for coping with a roommate/friend's eating concerns
  • MBTI group interpretations
  • Assertiveness 
  • Decision-making
  • Procrastination
  • Stress management
  • Mindfulness 

How Do I Request Outreach Programming?

Due to the many responsibilities of UD staff and the large request for services, we request a minimum of ten audience members at each function. Requests received at least one month in advance with at least three possible dates have a greater likelihood of being accommodated. Requests can be made up to one year in advance. Outreach Programming is generally scheduled Monday through Friday. We are able to accommodate events outside of this time on a case-by-case basis. 

If you would like to request any of the outreach services provided by the Counseling Center, please fill out the Outreach Request Form

Career Workshop

Career counseling workshops are held several times each semester. These two-session workshops last one hour each, and include interpretation of career assessment measures such as the Strong Interest Inventory.  Students can sign up for a two-session workshop by calling us at 937-229-3141.

Please see our Career Counseling page for our upcoming Career Workshop dates.

Please remember: 

  • You must register at least 48 hours before the workshop.
  • You must attend BOTH sessions.
  • There is a limit of 7 people per workshop so register as early as possible.

Test Anxiety Workshop

This one-session workshop is designed to help students understand the causes of test anxiety and learn strategies to build confidence and manage anxiety.  All undergraduate students are welcome.  The workshop is limited to 10 participants per workshop.  Registration is required by calling (937) 229-3141 at least two days before the scheduled event.  There will be no drop-ins on the day of the workshop.

Contact Us

Counseling Center

Gosiger Hall 1st Floor 
300 College Park Dr 
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0910

Phone 937-229-3141