Students don’t have to go through stress alone. SLCC has several options and resources, including garden plots, massages, and counseling sessions.
Staff writer Nina Yu talks about her struggle with social anxiety disorder in our latest mental health editorial.
Globe assignment editor Eric Jensen shares his experience with counseling and how it has helped him over the years.
SLCC takes a multifaceted approach to try and avoid shootings seen at other college campuses.
Any enrolled SLCC student can improve their mental and physical well-being at the Center for Health and Counseling.
Passport to Love teaches students about maintaining healthy relationships with a spouse or significant other.
SLCC has resources in place to help and protect students, faculty and staff affected by sexual assault.