College is a unique developmental time. Students are challenged with forming their identities, making critical life decisions, living away from home and adjusting to the demands of college. These challenges, although exciting, can be stressful. Pre-existing mental health difficulties are often exacerbated and many students experience depression or anxiety for the first time. Students do not need to struggle alone with these challenges. We encourage students to take advantage of the center’s support. Students come to see us for a variety of reasons including:
|Adjusting to College||Abuse||Academic Difficulty|
|Anxiety||Compulsive Behavior||Death and Grief|
|Loneliness||Low Self-esteem||Relationship Issues|
|Sexual Assault||Sleep Issues||Stress|
|Substance Use||Suicidal Thoughts||Trauma|
Go to http://www.ulifeline.org/self_evaluator if you would like to take an anonymous assessment which screens for 13 common mental health conditions that college students face.