Mental Health and Wellness Services
Bellin College is committed to supporting and advancing the mental health and well-being of our students and breaking down stereotypes surrounding mental health. Mental health problems can affect many areas of students’ lives, reducing their quality of life, academic achievement, physical health, and negatively impacting relationships with friends and family members. These issues can also have long-term consequences for students, affecting their future employment, earning potential, and overall health. For these reasons, Bellin College believes in and is committed to fostering a safe learning environment for all students, including those students that may be suffering from some form of mental illness. The college is committed to supporting our students’ mental health through education, raising awareness, resources, programming, college personnel, etc.
Some things to consider:
- Get regular exercise and enough sleep.
- Evaluate your priorities
- Work on managing your time
- Schedule restful activities in your daily life
Students who feel in control of their lives report feeling much less stress than those who feel that circumstances control them.
Bellin College has a variety of mental health and wellness resources. Please watch this short two-minute video to learn more about our services.
A few other resources include:
- Student Success Center to help with academic success strategies such as exam prep, note-taking, study skills, time management, and much more! – https://bellincollege.mywconline.com/
- PACs (Peer Academic Coaches) to help with specific class content- https://bellincollege.mywconline.com/
- Meeting with faculty
- Meeting with a member of the CARE Team (Benny Rieth Director of Student Affairs, Dr. Mark Bake Dean of Students and Allied Health Sciences, Bridgett Lowery Student Success Coordinator, and MaKayla Schroeder Academic Advisor)
Additional services may be accessed under the Related Links section on the right side of the webpage.