Learn more about mental health and related resources at Morris
Learn to Live Program Online CBT Program
Students experiencing stress, depression, or social anxiety now have access to online CBT programs through Learn to Live. The programs are confidential, flexible and available at no cost to students. Most programs are eight lessons long and include helpful resources and tools. Additionally, students can take an assessment and receive personalized results. Student Services Fee-paying students can visit Learn to Live and enter code “UMN” for access.
Students Assisting Students: Interactive Mental Health Training
Provides actual practice in student-student dialogs and making mental health referrals.
The Transition Year
This is an online resource center to help students and parents focus on emotional health before, during, and after the transition to college.
University of Minnesota, Morris College Student Health Survey: 2021
Every three years, the University of Minnesota, Morris participates in the College Student Health Survey done by Boynton Health at the University of MInnesota. The survey measures eight key areas: Health Insurance and Health Care Utilization, Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drug Use, Tobacco Use, Personal Safety, Financial Health, Nutrition and Physical Activity, and Sexual Health. Click here to see the 2021 data for Morris.
Mental Health Resources
Crisis Consultation is available Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
You do not need to have an appointment to speak with a counselor if it is a crisis.
If you are in a life-threatening emergency call 911.
The Disability Resource Center works with students with all types of disability conditions (e.g. psychiatric, physical, vision, hearing, systemic, or learning disabilities), to ensure equal learning and working opportunities at the University of Minnesota.