Staff who work in college counseling centers are aware that many clients discontinue services only to return to treatment at a later time. Thus, a longstanding question within the field of collegiate mental health is how often do clients return for subsequent courses of services and are there signs or predictors that might signal if a client is more likely to return to services. To examine this further at CCMH, Kilcullen et al. (2020) evaluated the rates at which clients return for additional courses of therapy in university counseling center (UCC) settings and a range of associated variables.