Keeping Counsel

The Christine F. Price Center for Counseling and Psychological Services is the newest addition to campus and honors the enduring spirit of alumna Christine Price (’82).

Since earning a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Price has remained a University fixture – deeply dedicated and proudly supporting 49ers basketball, soccer and football; helping secure gifts for the annual Great Gold Rush Auction for athletic scholarships; and championing initiatives including Habitat for Humanity, Athletics, the Belk College of Business and the Chancellor’s Fund. She’s a familiar and beloved face around campus.

With Price’s trademark warmth and generosity of spirit, the opening of the Center for Counseling and Psychological Services embodies what is close to her heart. Fully accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services, Inc., the center supports the holistic well-being and academic success of UNC Charlotte students, while contributing to a healthy and inclusive campus climate.

The center provides short-term individual and group counseling, crisis management, consultation, referral services and educational and preventive initiatives for the campus community. In addition, the center supports the academic mission of the University by serving as a training site for graduate students and supports scholarly activity and professional staff development.

Christine and Joe Price with Kevin Bailey and Chancellor Dubois
At a surprise dedication ceremony Oct. 30 the University recognized Price and her family’s service to UNC Charlotte and their financial support of EXPONENTIAL: The Campaign for UNC Charlotte, the University’s $200 million fundraising initiative. Her husband, Joe Price (’83), is chair of the UNC Charlotte Board of Trustees.

(From left: Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Kevin Bailey, Trustee Joe Price ('83), Chancellor Phillip L. Dubois and Christine F. Price ('82).


“This building allows us to meet the needs of our growing student body by providing them a spacious, welcoming environment where staff can expand individual and group services,” said David Spano, associate vice chancellor for health programs and services and director of the Center for Counseling and Psychological Services. “We are grateful to the Price family for their generous service to the University.”

“Christine has long been committed to supporting our campus and our students,” said Chancellor Philip L. Dubois. “She recognizes the power of giving and receiving help – a tenet upon which UNC Charlotte’s counseling services are based.”


Price’s story exemplifies the University programs and services that you can support through EXPONENTIAL: The Campaign for UNC Charlotte. Your gifts make campus resources available to all deserving students. The campaign celebrates the dramatic trajectory of growth of the University and its 130,000 alumni and focuses on four major pillars that support, promote and motivate student and faculty success: opportunity, resources, talent and impact.