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University Counseling Center: Student Resources

Student Resources

Mental Health Screenings

Taking a screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to recognize if you may be experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. The link offers a variety screenings for mental health conditions. By taking a screening, you will receive feedback and resources. Although the University Counseling Center is not listed as a resource, enrolled students can make an appointment with a counselor to discuss the results.

Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD)


Anxiety (Test)

Depression & Grief

     (Counseling staff offers Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) training every Fall and upon request.)


Relationship & Sexual Violence Reporting

Relational Violence

Sexual Violence

Stress & Wellness

Suicide Awareness



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