Concordia Students’ Nightline is an anonymous, confidential, nonjudgmental active listening service run by student volunteers.
What does that mean?
Anonymous: the identities of both our volunteers and our callers are protected, providing privacy and security on both ends of the call.
Confidential: information revealed during the call will never be shared.
Nonjudgmental: we are comfortable discussing any subject that comes to mind, from the pros and cons of Hawaiian pizza to heavier topics like school stress or the loss of a loved one.
Active listening: like a journal, we are here to receive and discuss your feelings. We do not offer our opinions or advice.
We’re available at 514-848-7787 on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights from 6pm until 3am. We’d like to make our service available every night of the week, but that requires a bit more funding than we currently have. We’re asking each student for about $0.75 per semester to help support active listening for the student body.