There are some common problems that college students face and they don’t often know where to go for help. Click on any of the concerns below to learn more about them and where you can go for help at FAU.
Do you find yourself in frequent arguments with people? Do you feel like you are being picked on or disrespected? Do you feel powerless in relationships?
Do you have a hard time making friends? Do you feel like you have nobody to talk with? Do you feel misunderstood or insignificant?
Have you missed class, work, or other important activities because of drinking or drug use? Have you done things you regret because of drinking or drug use? Have other people expressed concern about your drinking or drug use?
Do you feel on edge or panicky? Is it hard to calm your mind and focus? Do you feel physical tension in your body or like you just can’t relax?
Are you questioning your sexual orientation or gender identity? Do you feel like you need help connecting to the LGBTQ+ community on campus or in the surrounding area? Do you feel discriminated against because of your orientation or identity?
Do you have a health condition you are trying to understand or manage effectively? Do you have new or worsening physical or emotional symptoms? Have you experienced a marked change in your physical, emotional or sexual functioning?
Are you a victim of physical or sexual assault? Are you in a relationship that you or others worry might be abusive? Have you experienced abuse or assault in the past and worry about how it is affecting you?