Western Resources At Your Fingertips
In our digital, fast-paced world, it is important to have access to the resources you need, when you need them. Here are some of Western’s online resources you can take advantage of, no matter your physical location or schedule.
- 30.6% – Stress
- 24.2% – Anxiety
- 15.9% – Depression
Through Western’s Counseling Center, students can complete a free online Mental Health Screening. This self-evaluation tool was developed by Duke University School of Medicine and screens for 13 of the most common mental health conditions college students face. While the screening does not provide a diagnosis, completion can help identify problems that could be impacting thoughts, feelings and behaviors. The screening can also provide information on these conditions and tips on how to reach out for help.
Begin the Mental Health Screening here.
- Finding and evaluating research sources
- Drafting and revising
- Proofreading and editing
- Documenting and citing sources
Students can upload drafts of a course paper online and receive written or video chat feedback to help refine their work. Undergrad students would submit drafts here. Graduate-level support is also available here.
Check out the Hacherl Research and Writing Studio here
Get a clear understanding of your personal interests, skills, values, personality characteristics and lifestyle preferences through online self-assessments including Strong Interest Inventory, Myers Briggs Type Indicator, and SIGI3.