Sometimes it can be scary to take the first step and make an appointment for counseling. Sometimes, you just want an opportunity to find information on your own. The information we've compile here might give you a better idea what your feeling.
The Student Health 101 newsletter has monthly web-based issues that offer stories on a variety of topics from depression to managing stress to relationships. The newsletter is interactive, offering video and a chance for you to comment and read other students comments.
The self tests are a chance for you to evaluate whether you have a problem with depression, anxiety or alcohol use. If you don't like the results of these tests, please feel free to make an appointment at the counseling center.
Speaking of anxiety, the relaxation techniques might be just the ticket. College is about finding the right balance for YOU in terms of schoolwork, social activities, work and other commitments.
There are two student groups on campus that can also help - SAFE and PRIDE. SAFE stands for Sexual Assault Free Environment, and works to fight sexual assault and other sexual aggression. PRIDE is a campus group for gays, lesbians, transexuals, bi-sexuals, their friends and allies.