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Common Student Scenarios

Student often seek counseling or advice for similar issues. Read our list of common questions and solutions.

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Carruth Center Student Resources

Find support services, community support groups, self care tips and more online resources.

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Help304 provides social, emotional and supportive counseling via call, text and chat.

Visit the Help304 site
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Mental Health Apps

No matter where you are when anxiety, stress or depression kicks up a notch, you can have a coping resource at your fingertips. 

Mental Health Apps

Let's Chat

Let's Chat provides easy access to informal, drop-in consultation with counselors from Carruth. Students are seen on a first-come, first service-basis.

 Virtual Let's Chat - Mondays 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. 
 In-Person Let's Chat - Tuesdays 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. at the Mountainlair 

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RESOURCES by topic

Browse resource lists and support options by topic.

MANaging stress

44.9% of college students experience “more than average” levels of stress. Use these resources to find balance.

ChillPACK Daily Activity

Do one activity a day and watch your productivity and perspective change for the better!

Try chillPACK

Stress Management Tips

We are here for you at WellWVU and have several tips to help reduce your stress levels!

Stress Management from WellWVU

Self Care Tips

A list of resources put together by the Carruth Center to promote self care. 

Self Care Tips

Sleep Resources

Did you know that your sleep schedule can have an impact on your stress levels?

Sleep Resources

wellbeing wheel

Wellbeing is multi-dimensional. Explore the full list of wellness resources to help you achieve a sense of balance in emotion, thoughts and pursuits.


Resources to help you achieve a sense of balance in emotion, thoughts and pursuits.


Caring for your body through regular movement and balanced nutrition and sleep.


Learning to effectively manage your money and seek out resources to support financial goals.


Building strong relationships, connections, and support systems with others, including coworkers and students.


Liking what you do and being motivated to expand your sense of purpose and meaning.

student perspectives

Listen to WVU's Presidential Student Ambassadors as they share resources, tips and unique insights into student mental health. 

Watch the full playlist 

PSA Mental Health Talks

Help is Only One Text Away

Visiting the Carruth Center

Advice from My Experience with Mental Health

Building a Healthy Day

more support on campus

These groups and programs offer support resources and specialized services.

Student Health

Physical and mental health work together to promote wellbeing. Visit WVU Medicine Student Health for a wellness visit, physical, vaccinations and more.

Student Health


A valuable resource for students, WellWVU supports wellbeing through online self-help resources, peer education and related services.


WVU Collegiate Recovery

The WVU Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) supports students in recovery by promoting a healthy, balanced, and meaningful life on campus.

WVU Collegiate Recovery


The CARE Team is committed to identifying, preventing, assessing, intervening and reducing threats to the safety and wellbeing of students and the greater WVU community.

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