Two more part-time counselors resigned from Taylor's Counseling Center this week, Jesse Brown, dean of students, told The Echo on Dec. 4.
However, the two counselors will remain in the center through the end of finals week to serve students, along with the other part-time counselor and the three graduate counseling interns currently on staff, Brown said.
The Counseling Center will also feature additional open hours available for walk-ins during finals week, he said.
Despite the recent staffing changes, the Counseling Center will be open for students throughout J-term, with at least one part-time counselor and four graduate counseling interns, he said.
In addition, Taylor has posted a job listing for part-time counselors on the university website in hopes of hiring additional counselors for J-term.
"We understand mental health is a concern that students have and we want to be able to provide that support as they are here at Taylor," Brown said in a Nov. 15 Echo article. "... we want to do what we can to provide counseling services to students."
If students have further questions about the counseling center, they can contact the center directly or Brown for more information.