ULifeline is an online resource center for college student mental health and emotional well being.
Students and faculty/staff can learn more about mental health, take a mental health screening, ask questions, find answers, and seek help for themselves or for someone they care about.
Some options the students can choose from:
- Student Central A place where students can ask straightforward questions, learn about emergency contact information at Campbell, and read about confidentiality as it relates to counseling.
- Polls and Stories Students can learn about the beliefs, interests, concerns, and experiences of their peers in the ULifeline polls and stories.
- Factsheets Factsheets are documents that give brief summaries of different struggles, disorders, and situations that college students commonly face.
- Suicide Prevention Students can learn about suicide risk and protective factors; depression; myths about suicide; warning signs; and how to help a friend who may be suicidal.
- Get the Facts This section educates students on suicide, stress, eating disorders, depression, bipolar, anxiety, and alcohol and drugs.
- Self e-Valuator This is a confidential, online mental health assessment developed for ULifeline by Duke University Medical Center. Students can complete a self-assessment to learn telling insights about their current state of mind. The results provide a valuable and objective perspective for students while they may be struggling.
- Campus Services This section points students to all of the services offered here at Campbell University that can aid them in leading successful college careers. The local directory also provides off-campus providers within the surrounding areas to inform students of other choices during difficult times.
- Resources and Links This section provides more useful mental health information and links to related websites.
- About ULifeline Learn a little more about ULifeline!
Go to the ULifeline website and take the Self e-Valuator! Get immediate feedback on what you may be experiencing. This feedback does not substitute a diagnosis or an appointment with a counselor; however, it may help clue you into what you may be going through!