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Mental Health Statement - Main Campus

College students commonly experience issues that may interfere with academic success. Stress, sleep problems, relationship and social concerns, adjustment to college, financial problems, family issues, discrimination, or anxiety and depression all affect one’s ability to remember, learn, and perform. If you (or a friend) are struggling, we strongly encourage you to seek support. Supportive resources are available on campus, and most are at no-charge. The Carruth Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CCCPS) offers consultations, short-term individual therapy, group therapy, and various mental health-related workshops. Virtual and in-person (outside of pandemic situations) services are available. Crisis services are also available 24/7/365.

  • Please call (304) 293-4431 to schedule an appointment or speak to a professional for help in a crisis.
  • For more mental health resources and information, visit the CCCPS website at:

Crisis services are also available through text: Text WVU to 741741 for support 24/7 from a trained Crisis Counselor.