Learn to Live
Learn to Live is an online self-help mental health resource available to all UMN Crookston students (use code UMN). Learn to Live uses evidence-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy modules for common mental health struggles, such as stress, worry, anxiety, social anxiety, difficulty sleeping, and depression.
YOU@UMN is a personalized digital platform connecting students to online tools and campus resources to help support their goals to Succeed, Thrive and Matter at the University of Minnesota.
Stress can be a big problem in college life. Learn about some stress management, conflict resolution tips, or see some of our University resources below.
- Student Success Center - academic support
- University Wellness Center and Recreation
- Intramural Sports
- Effective U
- Taking Charge of Your Health and Wellbeing - UMN Center for Spirituality and Healing
- Jed Foundation - COVID-19 and Managing Mental Health
The BIPOC Mental Health Collaborative meets virtually once a month for a wellness activity and small group discussions. The Collective is open to all BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) students, staff, and faculty at the University of Minnesota. Join this space to be seen, be heard, and cultivate mental wellbeing practices.