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A message to all faculty, staff from ASU Counseling Services


November 20, 2013

The end of the semester is a time that some students may be particularly susceptible to stress and anxiety related to academic and financial pressures. While most students face life stressors with no significant problems, a small but significant portion of students may experience more serious mental or behavioral health issues as a result of stress.

For these students, stress may be more likely to interfere with personal and academic goals. For some, stress may even result in thoughts of self-harm or suicide. As someone who interacts with students on a regular basis, you are in a pivotal position to identify inconsistent behavior that may be of concern. 

To learn more about how you can promote student welfare and campus safety, click here.