If there is a medical emergency or there is immediate danger of harm, dial 911 and explain that you need support for a mental health crisis. On-campus 911 calls on Thursday - Saturday from 7 pm - 3 am will be initially responded to by Campus EMS, a student-run Emergency Medical Service provider.
Call or text 988 or chat online if you’re thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support. Also offers ayuda en español. The website includes prevention and crisis resources.
ARS coordinates and implements accommodations including academic adjustments and provides resources and services to applicants and current students with disabilities.
Focused on increasing awareness of mental health conditions, providing information and resources, and encourage help-seeking
A peer-led grief support community for students who have experienced the death or terminal illness of a loved one.
This support group is for students who come from difficult family dynamics and exists to help them build connections, share about their experiences, and give and receive support.
Offer art events for the community to increase well-being and shift the environment of campus towards health.
Speak to a caring medical provider about your mental health needs and their impact on your physical health. Campus Health also provides medication management.
Offers opportunities for physical activities and community building through intramural and club sports, fitness classes and spaces, adventures and challenge courses, aquatics programs, and more. Increase your resilience and decrease your stress/anxiety.
After hours, the CAPS phone number becomes a crisis support line for students. Call 919-966-3658 if you are in a crisis situation.
Provides support for students who are navigating challenges as a result of identity-based trauma. Coaches provide a safe space for students to share their stories and serve as a “bridge” between students and critical campus support units.
An inclusive and accepting environment where students recovering from addiction can build community, thrive personally, shine academically and develop enduring resiliency for continued success.