From the Vice Provost

Dear Twin Cities Campus Students,

As you know, the additional pressure of pending exams and final projects can lead to unmanaged stress and sometimes diminished mental health. If you or someone you know is struggling, it’s important to know that you are not alone. Help is available.

Find out more:

  • Consult the Student Mental Health Website. It is the best resource for comprehensive mental health information and resources for students at the University of Minnesota.
  • Online Screening Assessment: You can take an online screening assessment for depression, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, generalized anxiety, post-traumatic stress, and alcohol. This free screening is made available to all UMN students and is taken anonymously. 

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Are you Concerned about a Student or Friend?

BCT

Students, staff, faculty, and parents are encouraged to contact OSA's Care Manager if they have strong concerns about the behavior or actions of a University of Minnesota student. If you think a student might cause harm to self or others, we welcome you to share your concerns by making a referral here. Your referral will be reviewed by the OSA Care Manager. 

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