These guides are not intended to substitute for expert medical advice or treatment. The information is given to help you make informed choices about your health. Follow your health care provider's advice if it differs from what is given in these guides.
Additionally, online mental health screening tools are not a substitute for a professional evaluation but they can help you to learn more about yourself and to identify whether you might want to seek further assistance. Free and confidential counseling services are available to students through the Counseling Center.
ULifeline: Find answers to your questions about mental health, learn the signs and symptoms of emotional problems, take the mental health assessment Self E-valuator and find services on our campus.
Transition Year: Whether you are interested in finding ways to manage stress once on campus, or want guidance in making a smooth transition for a student dealing with an issue like depression, this site has the information and resources you need. The Transition Year is an online resource center to help parents and students focus on emotional health before, during and after the college transition. It's common to assume that the major obstacle in adjusting to campus life will be academic. However, research shows that emotional issues are most likely to interfere with success at college.