Mental and Emotional Wellbeing
According to a 2008 American College Health Association survey, within the last 12 months, 30 percent of students reported feeling so depressed that it was difficult to function and 49 percent felt overwhelming anxiety. In additional, 10 percent of students also reported being diagnosed or treated for depression and more than six percent seriously considered suicide.
University Health Services has partnered with Ulifeline to provide our students with access to the best mental health and wellness awareness, educational and self-help resources available. ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center, where students can be comfortable searching for the information they need and want regarding emotional health.
You can find additional resources on the UHS College Health and Wellness Guide including:
- Information about Mental Health and Wellness
- Maintaining and Enhancing Mental Health and Wellness
- Resources for Support of Self and Others
- Widgets and Applications
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