On-campus resources can ease mental stress

Thursday, December 12, 2019 On-campus resources can ease mental stress

Student speaking with a counselor.

You may notice increasing demands on your time, attention, and energy as finals week and the end of the semester grow closer. As a result, it’s normal to feel crunched for time or pressured to do well on remaining assignments or exams.

You are not alone. Although it can be difficult to ask for help, letting someone know you need some assistance or support can make a huge difference in your stress levels. With this in mind, here are places on campus to go for help.

Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)
223 University Health Center | 402-472-7450

CAPS provides same-day counseling appointments are available for students experiencing significant stress or mental health emergencies. During off-hours, an on-call counselor is still available after 5 p.m. and on weekends by phone 402-472-7450 (press 4).

Student Affairs Advocacy & Support
59 Canfield Administration Building | 402-472-3755

The staff team at Student Affairs Advocacy and Support can help you address a whole host of challenges, personal hardships, or health-related emergencies. They collaborate with both campus and community partners to support the safety, mental health, and well-being of all students. You also can serve as a source of support for fellow classmates and friends. If you have any worries or concerns, you may share them here.

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