Maintaining and enhancing your health is essential for the successful pursuit of your goals at King Hall and in your post-King Hall life. Campus resources to help you stay well include:
Student Health Program
Student Health and Counseling Services provides confidential medical care and health education services to facilitate your academic studies. Learn more about services, hours, and appointment times in our Student Health Program page.
Counseling and Psychological Services
Student Health and Counseling Services provides short-term individual counseling to students who wish to explore personal, interpersonal, vocational, or academic concerns. Learn more about services and hours in our Counseling Center page.
The campus has resources and information about stress-relieving programs. The Wellness Portal has resources for activities, counseling, and support.
The self-assessment tests listed below are available at the State Bar's Lawyer Assistance Program web page.
- Anxiety Assessment
- Depression Assessment
- The Twenty Questions
While these tests cannot substitute for a professional evaluation, they can help determine if you should receive a thorough professional assessment regarding depression, anxiety, or the use of alcohol or drugs.
Student Disability Center
The Student Disability Center (SDC) offers advising, assistance and resources to students with physical, communicative, or learning disabilities, as well as for temporary impairments. Learn more about services and accessibility at our Student Disability Center page.