Attending a screening appointment is the first step to get connected with personalized services at CAPS. This brief one-on-one appointment is designed to assess your needs and identify mental health services that may work best for you. Screening appointments typically last 20 minutes and are available virtually or in person during drop-in hours.
CAPS stands with our students, staff, and faculty in condemning all forms of oppression and violence on our campus and beyond.
We join with communities across the nation and world as we witnessed the police acts that resulted in the murder of Tyre Nichols. We stand with all who mourn his loss. CAPS recognizes that for many, especially people in the Black community, the trauma of witnessing Tyre Nichols’ death brings forth memories of many other instances of racial trauma, violence, discrimination, stereotypes, and oppression. Emotions such as outrage, sadness, helplessness, fatigue, and numbness may arise as a result of this trauma. CAPS is available to support our Black-identified student community and all who are impacted, through resources and/or access to our services.
PEERS is an evidence-based social program designed for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This 4-week workshop will meet weekly to cover conversational skills, making and maintaining friendships, and communicating electronically (e.g. texting, email, etc.).
AcademicLiveCare (ALC) is a free telehealth platform that allows students, staff and faculty to schedule and attend mental health and medical appointments from home, the office or wherever you are on the go.
We are committed to creating an environment where all students feel seen and welcome. Navigating issues of identity-based trauma, discrimination, stereotypes and oppression can be difficult to do on our own. We have created this page as a resource for those who are seeking support pertaining to identity, allyship and education.