An MU junior studying information technology in the College of Engineering was found unresponsive on the first day of classes.
Changes include hiring more counselors and integrating the three branches of MU’s behavioral health resources.
The Oct. 9 session focused on efforts by an outside consulting group and university administrators to improve student health care at MU.
Their first two demands were left off the presentation.
Missouri’s Safe at Home program could see an extension that will give confidential addresses to victims of human trafficking.
Throughout the week of Feb. 22-25, the MU Counseling Center works with other programs to promote the prevention, detection and treatment of eating disorders.
Ellis Library, the Counseling Center and graduate students all deserve prioritization.
“Ideally, we would like to try and reach every student at Mizzou because mental illness is something that doesn’t discriminate,” Co-Founder and Director of MSPC Julia Schroer said.
The Counseling Center presented information on mental health services to council members.
The survey will be offered through the Student Health Center.
Help through the Counseling Center is available 24/7.
The MU Counseling Center added a new 24-hour crisis hotline at the end of January.
Students are now able to consult with a counselor 24 hours a day with the Counseling Center’s new ProtoCall crisis hotline.
The program is currently available to faculty, staff and graduate students.
The carnival was held by the MU Counseling Center to help humanize counselors.
Nearly one in every four women will face violence in a relationship.