Services can be offered to undergraduate students in order to better cope with the struggles that come with life and college. However, The Habif Health and Wellness Center at the University offers a limited number of sessions each year to the undergraduate students. These sessions can be individual or in a small group with a professional counselor.
Therapist Assisted Online (TAO)
TAO is a seven-to-nine-week, interactive, web-based program that provides well-researched and highly effective strategies to help overcome anxiety, depression and other common concerns.
“Let’s Talk” is a program that provides students with easy access to free, brief, confidential consultations with counselors from Mental Health Services (MHS).
Uncle Joe's Peer And Counseling and Resource Center
Uncle Joe's is a student-run group of highly trained peer counselors who are equipped to help with a wide range of issues that individuals may be facing and also help individuals find other resources to help them with these problems.
What is The Mental Health Fund?
The Mental Health Fund is designed to ease the financial burden placed on students from low-income backgrounds in need of mental health treatment by meeting specific needs directly or indirectly related to the cost of mental health treatment.