Behavior Health and Wellness
Provide students with education, resources, and guidance on non-academic issues that interfere with student success. Issues include:
Behavioral and emotional problems such as stress, anxiety, depression, sleeping and eating problems, and concentration issues.
Behavioral concerns such as high risk behaviors, problems getting along with fellow students, faculty, and/or staff.
Relationship issues such as family problems, intimate relationship difficulties, problems with friends or roommates, bullying problems, sexual identity concerns, and/or difficulties adjusting to college social life.
Work-life balance concerns
Issues of violence such as relationship violence, sexual violence, bullying, stalking, dating violence, family violence, and/or domestic violence.
Concerns about alcohol or other drug use.
Direct Student Services
Professional staff are available Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm during regular semester to provide information, support and resources for any of the issues listed about.
Individuals who are victims of abuse are strongly encouraged to seek assistance. For more information see "Relationship Violence and Sexual Assault Policy"
We offer a variety of programs to help educate the campus on how to create a violence free campus, issues with alcohol and other drugs consumption, diversity issues, bully prevention, and behavioral wellness. Follow the links below to learn more:
Alcohol and other Drugs