Get Help for Your Health & Wellness

Navigating your health and wellness as a college student can be challenging— we're here to help.


Choose one of the topics below:

Anxiety Relationships/Loss Stress
Depression Sexual Health Substance Abuse
Physical Illness Sleep Time Management

 


Anxiety

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College life is stressful, especially when you are transitioning to a new environment. High levels of anxiety are common among college students and can interfere with your success at Notre Dame. We are invested in your well-being and success here at Notre Dame and have the resources to get you the information that you need. For up-to-date information regarding anxiety management, please visit this link. For immediate assistance please contact UHS for a provider appointment to get your questions or concerns addressed at: https://uhs.nd.edu/services/md-appointments/.


Depression

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At Notre Dame, you might find yourself in need of information, or simply want to talk with someone, about depression. A recent survey found that more than 40% of college students suffer from some form of depression. If you believe this might be you, you're not alone. It's okay to not feel okay. For up-to-date information regarding depression management, please visit this link. For immediate assistance please contact UHS for a provider appointment to get your questions or concerns addressed at: https://uhs.nd.edu/services/md-appointments/

 


Physical Illness

Physical Illness

Do you need an evaluation of an injury or illness, care for a chronic medical condition, or preventive health services? Our expert, board-certified providers are here to accommodate your health care needs. We can also provide diagnostic services, such as radiology and laboratory testing, as well as fill your prescriptions, right here in our building on the Notre Dame campus. For help scheduling an appointment with a UHS healthcare provider, please visit: https://uhs.nd.edu/services/md-appointments/. Notre Dame also offers a telehealth program to students called TimelyCare.

 


Relationships/Loss

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All students need to feel welcome and have a sense of belonging to a community here at Notre Dame. And, sometimes you might feel overwhelmed by a recent loss in your life. At UHS, we have resources that might help you through this time in your life. For up-to-date information regarding Grief & Loss management, please visit this link. For immediate assistance please contact UHS for a provider appointment to get your questions or concerns addressed at: https://uhs.nd.edu/services/md-appointments/

 

 

 


Sexual Health

Sexual Health

The University of Notre Dame is dedicated to caring for students and their medical needs without compromise of what the Church upholds in its teachings concerning sexuality and sex. It remains committed to caring for the whole student, providing medical counsel and services to students who are sexually active. University Health Services also acts in accordance with state and federal laws protecting a student’s right to privacy. All medical services are confidential. For up-to-date information regarding STI prevention and treatment, please visit this link or visit our Sexual Health Resource Page. For immediate assistance, please contact UHS for a provider appointment to get your questions or concerns addressed at: https://uhs.nd.edu/services/md-appointments/


Sleep

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A third of US adults report that they usually get less than the recommended amount of sleep. All students need to get a good night’s sleep to be successful here at Notre Dame. As an essential function, sleep allows you to reset and recharge. After a good night’s sleep, you will be better at managing your emotions and behaviors and will perform at the highest level. For up-to-date information regarding sleep management, please visit this link. To speak with a UHS provider about questions or concerns regarding sleep hygiene, please visit the following website to schedule an appointment: https://uhs.nd.edu/services/md-appointments/

 


Stress

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Nearly 50% of college students report feeling excessive stress in a recent survey. Notre Dame attracts some of the nation’s brightest and hardest working students. With this level of achievement comes added stress, particularly as students adjust to the challenges, expectations, and demands of an elite institution. At UHS, we have resources that might help you through this time in your life. For up-to-date information regarding stress management, please visit this link. Also, consider this Guide to Stress and Time-management. For immediate assistance, please contact UHS for a provider appointment to get your questions or concerns about stress addressed at: https://uhs.nd.edu/services/md-appointments/

 


Substance Abuse

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Notre Dame is deeply invested in reducing the impact of substance abuse on campus. Students who have developed addictions to substances, such as alcohol and/or drugs, are at much greater risk for mental illness and perform far below their potential academically. You or someone you know may be struggling with substance abuse. At UHS, we have resources that might help you to cope with substance abuse. For up-to-date information regarding substance abuse prevention and recovery, please visit this link. For immediate assistance, please contact UHS for a provider appointment to get your questions or concerns addressed at: https://uhs.nd.edu/services/md-appointments/

 

 

 


Time Management

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The life of a college student at Notre Dame is fast-paced and busy. And, it is important to maintain excellent physical health along the way to success. Time-management skills are a must for those students seeking to thrive. Learning time-management skills requires resources and practice. For information regarding time-management and physical health, consider this Guide to Stress and Time-Management and these strategies for Saving Time with Physical Activity. For immediate assistance, please contact UHS for a provider appointment to get your questions or concerns addressed at: https://uhs.nd.edu/services/md-appointments/