Self-Evaluation Tools

Many of us experience periods of dissatisfaction, discomfort, or even unhappiness. College life with its often quickly changing and high demands, can trigger a variety of reactions. From getting used to living in a different environment, to adapting to new food, routines, and the new level of initiative that is required to be successful in college, changes can leave us disoriented and at a loss.

Times of turmoil, loss, and pain are a normal part of life, but it can be difficult to recognize the point at which we may need to seek additional help to effectively cope with life’s trials and tribulations.

Use these online tools to explore issues you are worried about (a web search will give you additional options):

Ulifeline Self-evaluator

Mental Health America Screening Tools - online screening tools for Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar, PTSD, Alcohol & Substance Use, and Psychosis

Drug Use Screening Tool

College Drinker’s Check-Up

Screening for Mental Health (United Summit Center)

Eating Disorder Screening

PTSD Screening Tool

OCD Screening Tool

Anxiety Screening Tool

The Counseling Services staff is available to explore what is happening in your life and your reactions to change.

If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health emergency or crisis, please contact our office at (304) 333-3661, campus security at (304) 367-4357, or dial 911 for immediate help.