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According to the 2022 Missouri Assessment of College Health Behaviors, 88% of S&T students reported that stress interfered with their academic life, and 91% reported that stress interfered with their personal life. Along with this, in the past year 56% of S&T students experienced depression, 63% experienced anxiety, 28% experienced panic attacks, and 26% experienced chronic sleep issues.
Student Well-Being offers individual counseling, group counseling, consultations, and many other services to S&T students to help relieve and prevent these mental health concerns. It is important that these services are known about and understood fully in order to best support students. Please use this document to read about some of the common misperceptions of services offered, and feel free to reach out to Student Well-Being staff anytime with questions or concerns using the contact information on the next page.
The Missouri S&T community is saddened to learn of the death of Christopher Bohannan, a freshman from St. Robert, Missouri, on Nov. 9. He was a member of S&T’s Climbing Club and he was an Eagle Scout. Members of Missouri S&T’s student well-being counseling staff are available to assist students affected by Christopher’s passing. Students who wish to seek counseling services […]Read More »
Counseling services will host a retirement reception for Dr. Patti Fleck 1-4:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 11, outdoors on the north side of Norwood Hall, near the picnic area. Please complete a form to RSVP for a specific time frame by 5 p.m. Monday, May 10. Each 30-minute time frame will be limited to 14 guests.Read More »
April is Counseling Awareness Month, a time to remember the importance of taking care of your mental well-being and to support counselors in their work. Tomorrow, Friday, April 9, is Teal Day – a day that everyone is encouraged to wear teal as an outward symbol of advocacy and hope for counselors in the professions.Read More »
On April 5th, all S&T students should have received an invitation in their S&T email account to participate in a campus-wide research study, which involves a survey about student health and well-being. The success of the study depends on gathering diverse participation and perspectives of students across campus. How it works: participants will complete a […]Read More »