Mental wellbeing is important every day, not just on World Mental Health Day, which was observed on Oct. 10. Check out these tips and resources that CofC students can use any day of the year.
With health and safety top of mind as students settle into campus life, here are some tips to help keep CofC's Cougars protected and feeling their best.
The College of Charleston is offering its staff, faculty and students two two-day Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) classes on July 28–29 and Aug. 18–19, 2021.
Four CofC student volunteers with the Students 4 Support (S4S) peer counseling team provide their tips for staying grounded and mentally fit through the rest of the semester.
The College is committed to helping students navigate the stresses and anxieties caused by the uncertainty of the times. Here's how.
The College's Counseling Center is prepared to support students who may be feeling anxious during the coronavirus pandemic.
Students 4 Support, a peer-to-peer counseling resource at the College of Charleston, will continue to be available via text during the institution's e-learning period.
The College of Charleston Office of Institutional Diversity is hosting its second annual Be Well Expo from 9:15 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 7, at Burke High School.
The Counseling Center is offering a four-week Koru Mindfulness course for CofC students, faculty and staff on Wednesdays from 3 to 4:15 p.m. starting Jan. 29, 2020.
Staff, faculty and students are invited to register for a two-day Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training course, to be held on Jan. 6 and 7, 2020.