The Student and Employee Assistance Program/Substance Abuse Resource Center (SEAP/SARC) offers a wide variety of counseling services and referrals to help students and staff to overcome issues of personal, educational, or professional concerns. SEAP/SARC assists with many issues and concerns, to include: Sexual Assault, Stress Management, Depression & thoughts of Suicide, Grief, Anxiety, Conflict Management, Test Anxiety and Drug & Alcohol abuse.
Please call us at at 254-526-1166 if you need assistance.
Please view our Mental Health Resources for additional assistance.
Individual Counseling services available include:
Group Counseling and support groups include:
Monday: 7 :30 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Tuesday-Thursday: 7.30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Friday: 7:30a.m. -11:30 a.m.
(254) 526-1166 • Bldg. 158
Central Texas College recognizes the importance of treatment services in assisting faculty, staff and students in overcoming substance and alcohol abuse problems. View our for assessment and intervention services for students and staff available through the Student & Employee Assistance Program (SEAP) and Substance Abuse Resource Center (SARC). If further treatment is necessary, staff and students may be referred to outside counselors and programs. Information relating to these outside agencies may be requested from the SARC or appropriate campus dean. All contacts are confidential and will not be the basis of disciplinary charges.
Faculty, staff and students of CTC are expected to abide by local, state and federal laws pertaining to controlled substances and illegal drugs. The institution prohibits "manufacturing, possessing, having under control, selling, transmitting, using or being party hereto any illegal drug, controlled substance or drug paraphernalia on college premises or at college-sponsored activities." Also prohibited is the possession, use, sale or being under the influence of alcoholic beverages or having alcoholic beverage containers in any college-owned facility or at any college-sponsored event.
INSTITUTIONAL DISCIPLINARY PROCESS
Institutional disciplinary charges may be brought against faculty, staff and students alleged to have violated institutional regulations and/or local/state and/or federal laws concerning controlled substances. Violations of any state/federal law pertaining to controlled substances that occur off campus may result in disciplinary charges in situations in which the continued presence of the individual is likely to interfere with the educational process and the orderly operation of the Institution. Institutional disciplinary proceedings will be in accordance with procedures outlined in the Student Handbook.