If you believe a student is having mental health concerns or is in distress and needs assistance, submit a UCARE report, regardless of how small the concern may seem. All reports are confidential and can be filled out anonymously. If you have an immediate concern for a student's well-being, do not fill out this form - instead, call Student Well-Being, University Police Department, or 911.
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Do you need help or a specific resource but don't know where to find it? Click the button below to browse through campus, community, and national, and online resources all in one place. Some topic areas include mental health, disability services, graduate resources, LGBTQ+, alcohol/drug misuse, academic concerns, among many more.
We have coloring books, customizable essential oils, coffee and tea, healthy snacks, yoga mats, and a massage chair to help you de-stress and be your best self!
The Miner Oasis is open Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm, in 201 Norwood Hall
Join the Health and Well-Being Canvas course
The Health and Well-Being Canvas Course houses various trainings and programs offered by campus health and well-being departments. One featured program is the Miner Well-Being Certification Program, a semester-long certification where participants can engage with campus-wide services and initiatives and develop skills that contribute to personal well-being and student success. Students can enroll in the non-credit course at any time for free.