Counseling and Testing Center
Throughout most of its history, Northern Arizona University (NAU) had limited personal counseling services. The school referred students to deans equipped to handle college adjustment issues, an on-campus psychologist, or Rehabilitation Services. In 1967 NAU began offering expanded counseling first from Herrington House, near Riles, and then from a temporary structure near the present-day San Francisco Parking Garage.
In 1974, NAU constructed a state-of-the-art lab extension to the Psychology Building. Psychology students used the lab until 1988, when Counseling and Testing Services took it over and renamed it the Counseling and Testing Center. In 2010, NAU demolished the building to make way for the Native American Cultural Center. Counseling services temporarily moved to a building off-campus until it relocated to the Health and Learning Center in 2011.