Attending college can be an extremely exciting time – but it can also be a stressful one. If you know of another student who is struggling, it may be very helpful to refer them to the CWC.
But how do you know exactly when to refer them to us? Be sure to look for these signs and take the following steps to get them the help they need.
Know Common Challenges
Some of the most common problems students experience during college include:
- Eating/body image concerns
- Substance abuse
- Time management
- Relationship concerns
If these problems go unresolved, they can result in emotional, academic or social difficulties. At the CWC, we’re here to help students resolve these concerns so they can feel better and improve their academic success.
Use Helpful Resources
Explore the following resources and advice offered through NCF’s Counseling and Wellness Center website:
- How do you know when a student needs help?
- Considerations for Parents
- Effective ways to refer a student to the CWC
Ask the CWC for Assistance
Do you need help referring a student to the CWC? Or do you have questions about getting help for someone you know? Reach out to us at (941) 487-4254.