People say college is supposed to be "the time of your life." You meet friends that last a lifetime, and have the freedom to do what you want. But for many, college life can be difficult. Many students are left feeling stressed, anxious, disconnected and alone.
In order to help students, the BSU Counseling Center is offering education and screenings for a range of common emotional conditions that often go undiagnosed and are misunderstood.
Even if you don't have a mood or anxiety disorder and are just going through a couple of bad days, you are invited to take advantage of the screening opportunity and learn about what services are available on campus. You may learn something that will help you or a friend in the future.
If you would like to see a counselor for a follow-up to your online screening, you can make an appointment by calling the Counseling Center at 508-531-1331 or stopping by the reception area in 013 Tillinghast (between Health Services & the Mail Room).
If it is after office hours, and an emergency, you should contact your RD, the Campus Police by dialing 911 or use the Brockton Hospital Emergency Room at 508-941-7400.
Last Modified: April 8, 2011