Appointments can be made by contacting the Counseling and Campus Wellness office at 307.778.4397. Counseling and Campus Wellness will continue to offer virtual appointments to those who would like them.

Preparing for Your First Appointment

After scheduling your appointment, you will receive an email from Simple Practice, which will provide you client portal access and the ability to complete all necessary intake paperwork for your first appointment. You will need 15 to 20 minutes to complete all forms.

If you are under the age of 18, you will need parental consent unless you are experiencing a mental health emergency. Please notify staff if you are a minor prior to your first appointment, and complete the Minor Consent Form.

On your client portal, you will have the ability to set up appointment reminders via email or text. The email and text communications are through the secured, HIPAA compliant database of Simple Practice. 

Fall and Spring Semester Hours 

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m
(excluding holidays and breaks).
Same-day appointments will be available by calling 307.778.4397 

Summer Semester Hours

7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
(excluding holidays)
If you have a crisis, please refer to our Crisis Intervention info.


The Counseling and Campus Wellness staff adheres to the American Counseling Association and the National Association of Social Work Code of Ethics. Counselors maintain accepted professional standards of confidentiality. No personal counseling information is to be released to those outside of the Counseling and Campus Wellness office without your explicit written authorization. Exceptions to confidentiality may be made under the following circumstances:

  • If it is deemed necessary to protect you or another person from imminent physical or psychological danger
  • In cases of child abuse
  • In those situations when the courts subpoena Counseling Services records
  • If a counselor receives information that a client has a communicable and fatal disease, he/she is justified in disclosing information to an identifiable third party who by his/her relationship with the client is at a high risk of contracting the disease.