Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information


Limited telemental health counseling is available to students via face-to-face video conferencing. This service is available to students who are screened as being appropriate for this form of counseling. If you have never had a counseling appointment with Northeast’s counselor call (402) 844-7277 for a phone consultation. If you have previously met with the counselor, email or call to schedule an appointment.

Northeast Community College stands with everyone in grief and sorrow over the ongoing and most recent violent attacks on individuals and communities. This race-based aggression adds to the already overwhelming stress of the current pandemic. The legacies of slavery and institutionalized racism are visible as well in the stark disparities we are seeing in illness, health outcomes, and the employment impact from COVID-19. While experiencing or witnessing trauma affects us all, we recognize the particular impact these events may have on the mental health and well-being of our students and colleagues. Know that you are not alone in this struggle. As a mental health service, Northeast's Counseling Services Office is committed to affirming and providing care for all of our students who have been directly or vicariously impacted by trauma. We encourage you to contact the office if you (or someone you know) would like support with coping and resources. To make an appointment with the counselor, call (402) 844-7277.

Personal Counseling Services

Helping students succeed.

Online Support Services

College is a time of personal growth and changes. It is exciting and rewarding, and can sometimes be overwhelming. Northeast understands that students might encounter difficult situations that could impede their academic, personal, and/or social progress. Many students feel anxious, depressed, confused, or overwhelmed at some point during their college experience and need help dealing with feelings and problems that seem beyond their control.

Help With A Crisis

Need Help with a Crisis . . .

Free Anonymous Mental Health Screening

This brief survey can provide you with useful information and answer questions you might have about your own mental health.

Helpful Apps
Apps that can help you feel better that are free or cheap!
Suicide Prevention

No Hawk ever needs to go it alone.