We are fortunate to have Shan Reeves, from Rutgers CAPS (Counseling, ADAP, and Psychiatric Services), working directly with the Honors College to help you address challenges and emotions that you may be feeling throughout the year. Counseling sessions are private, free, and confidential.
The Honors College also has a Student Wellness Committee that was developed based on findings from a six-week mental health task force that indicated a desire for more peer-support initiatives. The Wellness Committee's goals are to foster a culture of wellness in the Honors College and to dismantle the stigmas surrounding mental health.
Let's Talk Hours
When you are confronted with the Valleys of Life, it is always nice to have a private, confidential, and nonjudgmental space to express your thoughts and emotions. All Honors College students can talk with Shan. Sessions are free.
Mondays, 1:00-3:00pm | HC E125
Fridays, 1:00-3:00pm | Academic Building West, Room 5050
To schedule an appointment call 848-932-7884, prompt 2
(without an appointment, it is a first come, first served basis).
Please join Shan Reeves in his weekly workshops. These workshops address methods for relaxation and mindfulness, ways to manage challenges and anxiety, exploration of one's identity in academia, work life balance, and time management in a changing environment. These workshops are happening on Mondays and Fridays during Spring 2023.
Please see the side bar for upcoming workshops or visit the weekly virtual workshops page.
- If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911
- Or call the Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD) at 848-932-7211
Mental Health Emergencies
If Counseling, Alcohol & Other Drug Assistance Program (CAPS) is closed, or you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please use one of the following resources:
- ProtoCall, a phone-based service for students in crisis when CAPS is closed. Call the main CAPS number, 848-932-7884, and follow the prompts.
- Acute Psychiatric Service (APS): 855-515-5700, a 24-hour emergency service for local residents. If you live outside of Middlesex County you should contact the nearest hospital emergency department.
- 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline: Call or text to 988.
- NJ Hope Line (Suicide Prevention): 855-654-6735
- National Crisis Text Line: Text HELLO to 741741.
See Rutgers Health Emergency Information page for additional resources.
- CAPS also provides self help tools through the main Student Health website.
- To share a concern about a fellow student's well-being that is not urgent, you may refer to the Do Something! webpage.
- If a situation is urgent, please call 911.
- For more health and wellness information, visit Rutgers Student Health.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for any reason at email@example.com.
We are all here for each other.