Let's Talk

let's talk sign in norris

Let’s Talk is a program that provides drop-in consultations at locations around campus for Northwestern students. It’s free, no appointment is necessary, and students are seen on a first-come, first-served basis.

Just walk in for an informal, friendly, and confidential consultation. Speaking with a counselor consultant can help provide insight, solutions, and information about other resources.

Let’s Talk is not a substitute for formal counseling and doesn’t constitute mental health treatment, but the counseling consultants can listen to your specific problems and introduce you to what it’s like to speak to a member of our staff.

No topic is off limits. Common concerns include:

  • stress
  • sadness
  • worry
  • relationships
  • academic performance
  • family problems
  • financial struggles
  • adjustment
  • culture shock

Chicago Campus Locations

Law Parrillo Courtroom
375 E. Chicago Ave, Rubloff, RB 155
MONDAYS, 12 - 1pm 
(Beginning August 28)

Schaffner Library
339 E. Chicago Ave, Wieboldt Hall, RM. 228
FRIDAYS, 1-2pm

Evanston Campus Locations

NU Library
1970 Campus Drive
MONDAYS, 2 - 3pm   
(Library 1-South -- turn right at the 'ask us' information desk and take another right once you enter the next room.)

International Office
630 Darmouth Pl
TUESDAYS, 12-2pm

Multicultural Center
1936 Sheridan Rd, 1st Floor Conference Room
WEDNESDAYS, 2 - 4pm
A supportive space for students to share personal or loved ones' stories about their undocumented status.
(English and Spanish)

The Black House
1914 Sheridan Rd., 3rd Floor Conference Room
THURSDAYS, 1 - 3pm

The Women's Center
2000 Sheridan Road
FRIDAYS, 1 - 3pm (Languages spoken: Hindi/Urdu)

Questions about Let’s Talk?

Visit the FAQ or contact Rosemary Magaña, MA, LCPC

The Let's Talk Program at Northwestern University is based on the Let's Talk Program at Cornell University. With permission, some of the material from this website has been adapted or reproduced from the Cornell University Let's Talk website. We would like to thank Matt Boone, LCSW, for his assistance in helping us launch this program on our campus. This successful model has paved the way for us and many others.