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Helping the Campus Community Respond to Stress & Distress

If you or someone you know is in a distressing situation, support is available for you on this website. You will find helpful resources for students, faculty, and staff on a variety of issues including:

  • Safety concerns (personal or for the welfare of someone in the UWG community)
  • Medical concerns
  • Multicultural, psychological, and personal issues
  • Interpersonal conflict both in workplace and amongst students

To make a reports: Click the red "Report an Incident or Concern Here" link below. You may use this form to  express concerns about a particular student or to request counselors to meet with a group of students, faculty, or staff. You may also use this form to report concerns about academic dishonesty.

Your request is received by someone in the Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management's office.  678-839-6423

* Note: When a report is made, a member of the campus intervention team (CIT) will respond to your request within 24 hours (during the work week). If this is an emergency, weekend, holiday please contact University Police 678-839-6000.

 Resource: Local and national resources are services that likely fit your area of need are located on the right. Also, check out the links below for national wellness-related websites and general mental health related information. Please use these resources as either personal support or to be of help to someone else. 



Report an Incident

Report an Incident

Anyone (including students, faculty, staff and parents) may use this form to request assistance or intervention for a distressed individual, as well as to report disturbing or disruptive behavior or suspicious activity.

General Health/Wellness Resources

ULifeline - an anonymous online resource about emotional health

MyStudentBody® - an online educational program for students and other members of the UWG community

Mental Health America Fact Sheets - information about different diagnoses, recourse about mental wellness