Student Support Services offers consultation and resources to help students resolve issues for their own growth and the growth of the University. Our sincere desire is to help students feel more comfortable and happy with all aspects of their lives here at MUM. Whether you have personal or academic issues, questions about policy or procedure, or need information about resources on or off campus, we are here to listen with respect and compassion — and to collaborate with you to find solutions. Please feel free to come talk privately with us about any questions or concerns.
- Providing one-on-one or group consultation and referrals for students seeking guidance to resolve academic and personal issues
- Connecting students with appropriate campus and community resources
- Providing support for students with adjustment concerns
- Providing support for students with a history of substance abuse challenges
- Serving as consultants to faculty, staff, and administrators regarding student needs and related issues
You may want to contact Dr. Jonathan Shapiro for the following concerns:
- Goal setting and time management
- Assistance with ideal routine
- Support for relationship issues
- Strategies for test anxiety
- Crisis intervention and follow-up
- Consultation and referral for mental health concerns
Online Mental Health Resources
ULifeline for Mental Health Assistance
ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center where university students can easily search for the information they need regarding emotional health.
Get help immediately
including a toll-free phone number and helpful links.
Complete the online anonymous "Self-Evaluator"
to help you understand what you are experiencing and what you may need to do next. The Self-Evaluator is an instrument developed by Duke University School of Medicine. This anonymous survey screens for the 13 most common mental health disorders in university students.