There are many ways to strengthen your emotional health without ever setting foot in our office. We’ve gathered a set of customized online tools and links to support you in learning and practicing habits of mental wellness.

Wellness equipment is available to students for personal use through CCW, including access to a relaxing Wellness Room during business hours and a light box lending program.

Interactive online tools

  • Ulifeline screening

    ULifeline is a free and anonymous screening tool to help determine if a treatable mental health problem could be affecting you or a friend.

    Self Evaluator

  • TAO (Therapist Assisted Online)
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    Free psychoeducational videos, activity logs, and mental health tools are available through TAO for all Calvin students who are interested in strengthening emotional wellbeinTg.

    Learn more
  • Peer Listener program

    The Calvin Unmasked app is a supportive, anonymous community for Calvin students, run by trained peer listeners from Calvin. This is a platform for real conversations. We have trained moderators and trolls are banned.

    Learn more
  • Feelings Toolbox Workshop

    The Feelings Toolbox Workshop is a 3-session, independent workshop offered by the Center for Counseling and Wellness (CCW). This workshop is intended to help increase your understanding and knowledge about anxiety and depression. The goal is to provide you with some skills to recognize and manage symptoms you may be experiencing.

    Learn more

Helpful links and apps

NOTE: Downloading and installing any software on personal devices is at the device owner's risk.

Concerned about a student’s well-being? Submit a Student Concern report for follow-up by caring staff members on campus. In case of emergency, call 911 or Campus Safety (616-526-3333).