University life can present many challenges. Good mental health and wellbeing are the foundation for your success in college. Being proactive, advocating for what you need and taking steps to build your personal resiliency is easier than ever. Wellbeing@KSU is here to support you accomplish your goals in a host of different ways. 

24/7 Mental Health Support

For everything you need to find your support, Wellbeing@KSU is here to support you with flexible options and tools to help lift you mentally and emotionally. Speak with an experienced clinician, get a referral for one-to-one counseling, access to free counseling sessions, and even schedule an appointment with a local or video counselor. 

To get started, call 470-578-6600 and select Option 2 to be connected to a licensed master’s level mental health clinician, available 24/7/365.

All services offered through Wellbeing@KSU are confidential. No information will be shared without your consent.  



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Wellbeing@KSU Partners

The University System of Georgia has significantly expanded student mental support services in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. At KSU we are pleased to add these services to enhance the full range of services and programs currently available. 

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      Christie Campus Health

      KSU Christie Campus Resources gives you 24/7 access to counselors and mental health resources to help you cope with concerns that very from minor and manageable to severe. 

      • To set up a clinical appt call:  470-578-6600

      “The Wellness Hub” which includes an App and an online wellness magazine with educational content, self-help tools and resource links.


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        JED Campus

        The JED Foundation (JED) provides a comprehensive public health approach in promoting emotional well-being and preventing suicide and serious substance misuse.

        • USG Mini-Grants

          In recognition of the unique needs of each campus, USG will provide mini-grants to support mental health and wellness. These funds may establish new technology resources, increase campus programming or enhance communications.

          • Coming Soon!

      Campus Wellbeing Departments