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Common Concerns

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

On-campus resources

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.

Online resources 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 offers free tips, articles, and student discussions

The Community for Accredited Online Schools and are both sites for college students grieving the illness or death of a loved one. is a site designed to support LBGTQ youth. 

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