As people across the country take a variety of measures to ensure their physical health, members of the Augusta University community should also recognize that the COVID-19 crisis can take a toll on their mental health.
Here is a look at just some of what’s available to the university community.
Augusta University wants to ensure its students have the support they need to facilitate their holistic wellbeing, wherever they are right now.
Augusta University's Writing Center and Math Assistance Center are moving online to support students virtually.
The Academic Success Center is available online for students who need tutoring and academic coaching.
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The new year brings a new location for the Summerville office of Student Counseling and Psychological Services (SCAPS). The Summerville SCAPS office is now just a door down from its previous location.
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Augusta was named among the top 50 best universities in America and third in the southeast for being a “Best Bang for Your Buck” college, making the university a top institution for students to obtain marketable degrees at affordable prices.
“Today’s generation of college students is more knowledgeable and more open to talking about their mental health concerns,” said Director of Student Health Services Dr. Robert Dollinger.
After the death of the grandfather who raised him, Daon Drisdom thought he should support his family with a career in engineering. Music, however, was his dream.
The Student Counseling and Psychological Services office on the Health Sciences Campus will be closed from Aug. 3 to Aug. 10. Services will still be available during that time at the SCAPS Summerville office.
Susan Davies, associate vice chancellor for Student Affairs and Enrollment Services at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, has been appointed the new vice president for Enrollment and Student Affairs.
Over the last four years, the number of student counseling crisis appointments — that is, appointments where students come to counseling to manage severe issues such as suicidal or homicidal thoughts — has increased by more than 470 percent. And...
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