Mental Health Resources

While the end of the fall semester is always tough, this year brings its own set of challenges. You might be stressed, overwhelmed, experiencing burn out, or feeling isolated. The most important thing to remember is that you’re not aloneThere are people across campus who are ready to listen, support, and help however they can! Below are some resources if you’re in need of ways to stay connected to others or speak with a mental healthcare professional:


UND Resources 

University Counseling Center (UCC)  

24-hour Crisis Help

Northern Prairie Community Clinic

Weekly Event: Coping with Today 

Ask Me Counseling Consultation 

Managing Stress Workshop Series 

Wellness Center Resources  

UND Food for Thought Food Pantry  

  • For faculty and staff, the University has compiled a Pink Folder with resources to help students 


 National Resources

For a list of national crisis chat, text lines, and phone hotlines, check out this resource from the National Institute of Mental Health


Library Resources 

Finding books and articles for your end-of-semester papers and projects can be stressful, but librarians and peer-research consultants are here to help you. Have questions about research, finding resources, or citations? Get help around the clock using our Ask Us 24/7 chat service. You can also reach out to your subject librarian to get assistance with finding resources for the last stretch of semester projects.