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 Counseling and Treatment Programs 



Any Slippery Rock University student or employee who believes he/she is dependent on a controlled substance or alcohol, may seek assistance through the Slippery Rock University Counseling Center, located in 018 Rhoads Hall.  The Counseling Center provides the following confidential services:

1. Counseling therapy relative to alcohol or drug abuse problems for any student, faculty member, or staff member.

2. Evaluation and referral services for students, faculty, staff members and their families.

3. Rehabilitation services are available to faculty and staff through the State Employee Assistance Program, the Butler County Drug and Alcohol Program, and through various agencies by referral from the Counseling Center.

4. Referrals to Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Al-Anon, Al-Ateen, and other support groups.

5. Supportive counseling services to re-entry clients, as well as referrals to other support groups and agencies in the community.

6. The Counseling Center provides the Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Program. This program provides interviews, education services and can be a referral source to substance abuse counseling, for students whose drug or alcohol related behavior has resulted in violations of Commonwealth law and/or University regulations or policies. 

Victim Resources

Referral Report

Sexual Assault Resources (Title IX)

Leigh Ann Datt

Administrative Assistant:
Carrie Kerr

Graduate Assistant:
Tasha Roberts

008 Old Main
Slippery Rock, PA 16057


E-mail messages sent from the office of student conduct to students through university assigned e-mail addresses will constitute an official means of communication.

All correspondence regarding incidents will be communicated through the student's SRU e-mail address.

Correspondence involving incidents may also come from the office of residence life. It is the student's responsibility and obligation to access and respond to official university e-mail correspondence.