We have licensed therapists available to provide students with psychological support services to help them function more successfully in their campus lives. We offer counseling for students with short-term transitional issues. Students with chronic needs may be referred for outside help at the counseling staff's discretion.
I'm in a Crisis Situation
|National Hopeline Network||800.SUICIDE|
|National Suicide Prevention Hotline||800-273-8255(TALK)|
|• University Police
• Portales Police
• Clovis Police
• Police Escort
|Roosevelt County Hospital||575.359.1800|
|Counseling and Career Services||575.562.2211|
With the end of the semester approaching, we are not taking questions for The Chase at this time. If you recently sent a question into ENMU Counseling & Career Services, please contact us directly at (575) 562-2211. We will offer you discrete and confidential support and help in any way we can. If this is an emergency, feel free to call our 24-hour crisis support number at (575) 607-5689.
U-Lifeline is a site with information on a multitude of topics on life concerns you may be having. To log in:
- Go to www.ulifeline.org
- Click on “student log in”
- Select United States of America
- Select New Mexico
- A new university selection box will appear. Select Eastern New Mexico University.
- Click “log in”
Make an Appointment
You can also call 575.562.2211 to make an appointment with a licensed therapist in our office. Our office is open Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–noon and 1–5 p.m.