College students often struggle with a number of difficulties. Click one or more of the links below to complete an online screening.
As a USI student, you have the opportunity to take one of our screenings anytime you want, which may help you decide if this is the right time to meet with a counselor to discuss your situation and get assistance. These screenings are completely annonymous. Not sure which screening to complete, that's okay, this link and this link will guide you.
Do you want even more personalized information about your substance use and risk patterns? Then check out E-chug or E-toke. The surveys each take about 10 minutes to complete, and are great resources for anyone, no matter how much you use, or even if you don't drink or smoke at all!
is an online, completely confidential survey about your alcohol use. By taking the assessment, you will get personalized feedback about your alcohol use, including:
• Your personal risk patterns
• Your individual level of alcohol tolerance
• Your unique family risk factors
• Strategies to keep you safer if you choose to drink
• Resources available at USI and in the community
is an online, completely confidential survey about your marijuana use. You will get the same personalized feedback, but about marijuana instead of alcohol.
Location: OC 1051
Hours: M-F, 8am-4:30pm
8/28 - Counseling Center Open House, @ Orr Center 1051, 3–5pm
9/3 - Student Involvement Fair, @ the Quad, 2–6pm
9/8 - Mental health screenings, @ the RFWC, 4–6pm
9/10 - World Suicide Prevention Day, Information table @ Rice Library, 11am–1pm
9/13 - QPR Gatekeeper Suicide Prevention Training, @ Carter Hall, 9–11:30am. Click here to register.
9/16 - The Doctor Is In: Ask a Counselor, @ HRL Lobby, 3–4:30pm
9/17 - The Power Hour, @ the Multicultural Center (UC East), 12–1pm
9/24 - Speak About It: Consent, Boundaries and Healthy Relationships, @ Carter Hall, 7–8pm
9/25 - Where Do I Go for That? A USI Resources Refresher, @ UC 2217-2218, 12–1pm