We all need different support at different times during our journey through life and our journey through App State.
Consider what you need.
The support options below will help you learn which resources at App State and in the community are a good fit for you at this point in your journey. But first, take a few moments to consider what you need at this time. Use these practices and resources to help you reflect on your needs. Then consider the resources below, and click on the picture for more resources:
What do you need at this time to help you feel supported?
Need to talk or get a little guidance, but not ongoing counseling?
Need a supportive peer group to deal with a difficulty or challenge?
Koru Mindfulness (opens in a new tab) allows you to Sign up for a 4-session class taught by certified Koru Mindfulness instructors, where you may learn how to experience less stress, better sleep, increased focus, and less self-judgment.
Wellness and Prevention's (opens in a new tab) nutrition services lets you consult with a Registered Dietician on nutritional concerns such as meal planning, dietary restrictions, and metabolic concerns, as well as access a cookbook developed by and for students.
Let's Talk (opens in a new tab) is a program available to enrolled students and provides easy access to informal and confidential support and consultation with counselors from the Counseling Centeris a program available to enrolled students and provides easy access to informal and confidential support and consultation with counselors from the Counseling Center.
The Counseling Center offers after-hours emergency coverage for urgent mental health concerns such as suicidal thoughts, sexual assault, and other trauma. Call the Counseling Center at (828)262-3180 and select the option to speak with the counselor on-call.