The administration, faculty and staff of Chicago State University want to foster a
strong, healthy, and supportive community of scholars. Our commitment is to always
strive to remove barriers to students personal and academic success by offering a
wide range of programs, services, resources and education focused on the 7 Dimensions
- Do you respect yourself and others?
- Do you have meaningful relationships with others?
- Do you contribute to the welfare of others?
- Do you cope with stress in healthy ways and express your emotions appropriately?
- Everyone should explore what they believe is their own sense of meaning/purpose. This
may involve meditation, service to others, etc.
- Do you seek out new opportunities to expand upon your skills?
- Have you explored your career options or internship opportunities?
- Do you lead a lifestyle that is respectful of our environment (recycling, volunteering,
- Have you explored Study Abroad, Research and Internship opportunities? Do you promote
academic excellence and scholarship?
- Do you know your health numbers (cholesterol, weight, blood pressure, blood sugar
- Do you get annual physical exams?
- Do you use tobacco products?
- Do you get a sufficient amount of rest?
- Do you have an established exercise routine?
- Ideal Weight
- Calorie Counter
- Health Screening tool from the Mayo Clinic provides a snapshot of your current health and reveals opportunities to make healthy
changes. Screening tests can also help detect problems early, which is often the key
to successful treatment.
Mental Health Self-Evaluator
- The Self e-Valuator, a confidential online mental health assessment,was developed by Duke University
Medical Center. Complete a self-assessment to learn telling insights about your current
state of mind. The Self e-Valuator provides a valuable and objective perspective if
or when you (or a friend) are struggling with troubling thoughts and feelings.
Anxiety, Depression & Eating Disorders
Student Affairs is dedicated to the provision of educational programs and services
which empower students to make responsible decisions regarding alcohol management.
Students who choose to violate university policy related to alcohol use are subject to discipline as outlined in the Student Code of Conduct. Legal consequences may also be applicable in instances where students violate state
and/or local laws. We hope that students will take advantage of the resources available
to them on campus, online and in the community.
If you, or someone you know, is a survivor of rape or sexual assault, the following
offices can assist in providing a private, safe and supportive space to talk, an opportunity
to understand options for on-campus and off-campus reporting procedures, and assist
in addressing other campus concerns for the survivor.
- University Police, 773-995-2111
- Counseling Center, Cordell Reed Student Union, Suite 190, 773-995-2383
Chicago Rape Crisis Hotline
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, free
National Sexual Assault Hotline
The Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN) is the nation's largest anti-sexual
City of Chicago Domestic Violence Hotline
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, confidential, multilingual, LGBTQ sensitive, free
3656 N. Halsted, Chicago, IL 60613
- Affinity Community Services
5650 S. Woodlawn, Garden Level, Chicago, IL 60637
(Affinity serves African American lesbian and bisexual women)
FOR IMMEDIATE HELP:
LGBT National Youth Talkline - 1-800-246-PRIDE (7743)