Online Student Resources


Outside resources can be helpful tools that are often used as a 'first step' for a variety of questions or concerns. Below you will find online resources that can help you in identifying emotional or mental health concerns, navigating various career paths, and formulating self help for a variety of concerns or issues faced as a college student. It is important to remember that these resources in no way replace professional advice or care.


 

Online Self-Assessments


Grand Valley State University Counseling Center invites you to find out whether or not professional consultation might be helpful for you. The free anonymous self-assessments below are made available to all students at GVSU.

Alcohol & Drugs
Anxiety
Bi-Polar Disorder (Manic Depression)
Depression
Eating Disorder
PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
Self-eValuator (ULifeline)


 


 

Online Career Exploration


If you are having trouble selecting a major or want to see what careers are available to you, please explore O*Net and the FOCUS 2 online career exploration tools.

FOCUS 2
O*Net



 

 

Self-Help Resources


Please note that the following resources are not meant to replace professional advice or care.

APA Help Center
University of Chicago's Virtual Pamphlet Collection
Half of Us
ULifeline
  National Institute of Mental Health Information

 


 

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