Resources for Personal Support

Many students struggle when making the transition to college.  If you are distressed or in crisis, there are resources available on campus to help:

Slug Support Program (Early Intervention)

CARE Program

Counseling & Psychological Services

Do you have a learning disability? testing anxiety? or other functional limitation impeding your academic progress?  The Disability Resource Center may be able to help you.

If you are a first generation, low-income or educationally disadvantaged student, the Educational Opportunity Programs (EOP) may be able to provide you additional support.

If you are a transfer student, 25 years or older, or a parent, Services for Transfer and Re-Entry Students (STARS) provides a variety of support services.

If you are not yourself in distress but have observed a fellow student who may benefit from some form of intervention, please refer to either the Slug Support Team or the See, Say, Do Something program.