Students typically come to the Center for many different reasons. Counseling may be of help to you if you are experiencing problems with any of the following:
- Difficulty with concentration, motivation and organizing your time
- Anxiety, depression, loneliness
- Adjusting to college and being away from home
- Test anxiety
- Questions about choosing a major or career
- Concerns about relationships
- Being stressed out by all the demands of college life
- Avoiding alcohol or drugs abuse
- Wanting to be more assertive or improve your self-confidence
- Wanting to improve your family relationships
- Questions about your sexuality
- Not feeling like your "old" self
- Dealing with your parent's divorce
- Attention-deficit disorder
- Eating too much or too little
- Thinking about ending your life
- Grieving over the death of someone close to you
- Difficulty taking care of your normal "day to day" life
- Sleep problems
- Worrying about the well being of someone close to you
- Recovering from unwanted sexual contact or violence
- Carrying a secret that you've never told anyone, but wish you could
- An unplanned pregnancy
- Other personal problems
Livewell - the Office of Health Education, Promotion, & Wellness supports student health, well-being, personal development, and academic success.
Sexual Violence Awareness - how to report an incident, seek help and support, and learn more about these important issues.
Strengthofus.org is an online community where young adults, ages 18-25, provide mutual support in navigating challenges and opportunities before, during, and after the college years
Campuscalm.com offers free tips, articles, and student discussions
Studentsofamf.org is a site for college students grieving the illness or death of a loved one.
Itgetsbetter.org is a site designed to support LBGTQ youth.