13 Ways for Binghamton Students to Get Mentally Prepared for the End of the Semester
Posted by Palmer Perkins on November 26, 2019
With finals approaching, paper deadlines looming and the holidays just around the corner, the end of the fall semester at Binghamton can be a lot more stressful than it needs to be. Be sure to take advantage of campus resources and attend events to alleviate your stress, and don’t forget about all of the mental health services available both on and off campus.
Attend Stress-free Bing events
Finals aren't that fun, so take some time to de-stress with pooch petting, luxury lounging and a whole host of other relaxing events.
Visit the University Downtown Center
Check out the Multicultural Resource Center
The Multicultural Resource Center also has a lot to offer, like a Meditation and Prayer Room. Check out all the resources available.
Relax and rest at the Wellness Center
Take advantage of counseling services
The University Counseling Center offers a number of helpful services. You can call the center at 607-777-2772 to schedule an appointment or for general concerns.
Find out more about mental health
Health Promotion and Prevention Services, located on the third floor of Old O'Connor Hall, provides many resources, including help for mental health issues. Feel free to stop by.
Talk to a student
Formerly known as the High Hopes Helpline, SEEK (Support, Empathy, Empowerment, Kindness), provides access to a group of specially trained students, available to chat from 8-11 p.m., whenever dorms are open. Give them a call if you need someone to talk to relieve stress from your everyday life.
Sign up for therapy
See a professional
The Decker Student Health Services Center has mental health care providers on site if you ever need to speak with someone. You can schedule an appointment online or in person.
Get personal consultation...
The CARE Team (Consultation, Advocacy, Referral and Education) has case managers that are available to speak with you about academic stress and other life issues. Schedule an appointment.
Or refer a friend in need
You can refer a friend or fellow student to the University CARE team if you have concerns for their well-being.
Request a mentor
B-First is the new mentoring program created specifically for first-generation college students, pairing them with first-generation faculty, staff, alumni and graduate-student mentors. Join the program and get support from someone who’s been in your place before.
Get emergency assistance
Most importantly, for life-threatening emergencies, dial 911 or call University Police at 607-777-2222.
Palmer Perkins is a senior English major and an intern in the Communications and Marketing department.
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