Feeling Down?

Screening tools for mental health can increase self-understanding and improve wellbeing.

Visit Clemson's Mood Quiz for an anonymous, online screening for depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, and alcohol use issues. The quiz also provides helpful resources to assist you in striving for wellness.

The Veterans Self-Check Quiz is a safe, easy way to learn whether stress and depression might be affecting you. This service is completely confidential.

CAPS is Clemson University's facility for personal counseling, psychological testing, outreach and consultation. CAPS provides direct services to students and spouses or partners of students.

Feeling Alone?

There are many ways to meet other people and get involved at Clemson. Check out Campus Life for some ideas.

Find your niche among the hundreds of Clemson student groups.

CLEMSONLiVE is a membership and entertainment organization that plans a variety of free events for students.

Connecting with alumni can be a terrific way to stay connected as a student and after graduation.

The themes of groups offered most semesters are personal growth, enhancing interpersonal relationship skills, coping with adjustment to college, and coping with anxiety in social situations. Support and psychoeducational groups are also routinely offered. These include support groups for graduate students and LGBTQ students.

Visit or contact Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at 864-656-2451 for information on group therapy and/or support groups.