Well-Being Resources

As a JED Campus, we're committed to assessing and enhancing current mental health and well-being initiatives to create positive, lasting, systemic change in the campus community. 

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On Campus Well-Being Resources

We want you to thrive as a student at St. Lawrence. That's why we've compiled all of our well-being resources into one online location to help you find the program, department, apps, or organization that will best suit your needs. 

At St. Lawrence,  academic advising inspires students to reach their fullest intellectual and personal potential. We assist students in understanding the curriculum and exploring their academic and co-curricular interests, and offer support for students to improve their academic performance, develop skills, and connect with the many resources and opportunities at St. Lawrence to find their paths toward productive and meaningful lives.

Connect with Academic Advising

As a St. Lawrence student, you have exclusive access to the BetterYou app to support your healthy habits and wellbeing. Simply download the app and register with your stlawu.edu email address to start working toward your goals.

The Chaplain’s Office is grounded in the welcome and inclusion of students, faculty, staff, and the broader community. Our welcome embraces persons of all faith traditions, those with no faith tradition, and all who are seeking deeper meaning in life.

Connect with the Chaplains Office

We work hard to engage a multitude of voices and intentionally develop spaces where we can teach and learn from one another in order to create a culture where every Laurentian’s ideas are welcomed, valued, considered, and respected.

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Physical activity is an important part of your well-being. Through our campus intramurals, athletic teams, outdoor programs, and our Stafford Fitness Center, you have plenty of options that will keep you moving and make the most of whatever fitness means to you.

Learn More About the Fitness Center

Located in the Diana B. Torrey ’82 Health and Counseling Center, our Health and Counseling Services can treat everything from chronic illness to common colds, emergency treatments to routine mental health and healthcare check-ups with comprehensive and confidential care. 

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The Jed Foundation’s Mental Health Resource Center provides essential information about common emotional health issues and shows teens and young adults how they can support one another, overcome challenges, and make a successful transition to adulthood.

Visit the JED Campus Mental Health Resource Center

Supporting Healthy Initiatives Encompassing Lifelong Development (SHIELD). Saints Athletics trained support network committed to the mental health and well-being of student-athletes. 

Learn About SHIELD

TalkCampus provides 24/7 peer support in 20+ languages. St. Lawrence students can access the app on their phone or laptop to chat with fellow  college and university students from around the globe. Posts shared on the app are anonymous, but the platform includes clinical safeguarding. This means that if a student appears to be at risk of harm to self or others, the student will be connected with appropriate resources to help. 

Current students should sign up for the app using their stlawu email address. 

Sign Up for TalkCampus and Download the App

St. Lawrence provides resources for questions or assistance with issues related to Title IX. 

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Also located in the Diana B. Torrey ’82 Health and Counseling Center, Safety and Security is open 24/7 and maintains an active presence on campus to ensure you have a living and learning environment that is safe, supportive, and here for you.

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The Wellness Education Office focuses on holistic student wellness, which includes physical, mental and emotional, and spiritual health. The office promotes collective health and wellness on campus while identifying new opportunities for the St. Lawrence community.

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Off-Campus Resources

The Trevor Project is the leading suicide prevention and crisis intervention nonprofit organization for LGBTQ+ young people, providing information & support to LGBTQ+ 
young people 24/7, all year round.


The Steve Fund is dedicated to supporting the mental health and emotional well-being of young people of color.


A comprehensive health resource for Native youth, by Native youth, providing content and stories about the topics that matter most to them. WeRNative strives to promote holistic health and positive growth in our local communities and nation at large.


Asian Mental Health Project provides educational resources and community care initiatives that help make mental health care more accessible and approachable for the Pan-Asian community. Asian Mental Health Project creates multimedia resources, hosts community events and provides mental health assistance grants.


The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) is a leading eating disorders organization, and works to advance research, community building, and awareness to support the nearly 30 million people who will experience an eating disorder in their lifetimes. 


The Seaway Valley Prevention Council provides prevention, community, and recovery services for residents of St. Lawrence County and beyond. Educators work with youth, parents, families, and local decision-makers to empower them to make positive changes in their lives and engage in their local communities to make long-lasting changes.


The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation.