Online Screenings

Self-screening programs provide a quick and simple way to screen yourself with complete anonymity. CAPS offers anonymous and confidential online screenings for for depression and anxiety. Completing these screenings will help you determine if your recent thoughts or behaviors may be associated with a common, treatable mental health issue.

Disclaimer

The FIU Student Health Services Center maintains this Internet site as a service to the university community. It is intended as a resource to inform and to educate. Included are direct links to other Internet sites, which we believe may be helpful. However, this does not imply that Student Health Services endorse any or all of the information provided at each of these sites. Furthermore, while we attempt to monitor and update our listings on a regular basis, Student Health Services cannot make any claims or assume responsibility as to the reliability or functionality of the internet addresses (URL's) provided or the information contained at these sites.Student Health Services does not exercise any editorial control over the information you may find at these third party sites. By using this Board, all users agree to the Privacy Statement and Terms of Use of Florida International University. Readers are encouraged to evaluate the material and to use what they find to be helpful. Information provided in our web page and at other Internet sites is not intended as a substitute for assistance from a qualified health professional. For personal assistance, FIU students should visit the Student Health center to schedule an appointment with one of our staff.

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Kiwi, FIU’s mental health spokesperson, has a message for you

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Students discuss sexual assault in the LGBTQ community

    According to the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, 73 percent of LGBTQ-identified college students experience sexual harassment [...]

5 facts you should know about Title IX (and your rights!)

It’s hard to believe that not long ago, women were banned from most collegiate sport teams and that certain science, […]

FIU and other state universities rally for critical student success, research initiatives

Joined by police chiefs, mental health counselors, medical school deans, and student leaders, the Board of Governors [...]

6 ways to handle stress in college

By Joel Delgado ’12 MS ’17  Let’s face it: If you’re a college student, stress comes with the territory. According […]

5 easy ways to include healthy living in your busy schedule

  With 1,000 things on your to-do-list, it’s hard to find time to make healthy living choices. But what if you […]

Students alleviate anxiety, depression with online therapy

Vanessa G.* was on her way to pick up a family member from work when she began to feel sick. […]

4 key ingredients for cultivating healthy relationships

By Joel Delgado ’12 MS ’17  From the dorm room to the workplace, relationships are a part of our daily […]

FIU community reflects on recent shootings

The deaths this week of two black men at the hands of police reignited heated debate nationwide concerning police brutality. […]

Update on the Orlando terror attack

This email was originally sent to all students on June 21, 2016, from the Vice President for Student Affairs, Larry […]

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Hours of Operation

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Thursday: 8 AM - 5 PM

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Summer Semesters and Break Weeks

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