SWELL HEALTH & WELLNESS
We know that College Life presents it challenges. High stress
levels and other events can lead to difficulty in coping with
situations. This can happen to anyone at any time. Whether
you live on campus, commute, live far away from home, have family
challenges, or are simply feeling blue and don’t know what is going
on, these tools can be a first step in helping you.
These Free and Confidential Self-Screenings can help you quickly
learn more about yourself and whether you might benefit from
additional support to get yourself back on track.
Feel free to use these screening tools as often as you may need to.
Again, these are free and completely anonymous!
This is a multiple-screening tool. Choose any or all of the
screenings you are interested in. Easy to use and understand and
• Eating Disorders
• Alcohol Use
• Bipolar Disorder
• Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
After completing the screening you will be given instructions
regarding your score and referral contact information.
Managed by Screening for Mental Health, Inc.
CLICK HERE for the MOOD CHECKS
• E-CHUG (Alcohol
E-CHUG is an interactive web survey that allows you to enter
information about your drinking patterns and receive feedback about
your use of alcohol. The assessment takes about 6-7 minutes to
complete, is self-guided, and requires no face-to-face contact time
with a counselor or administrator.
HERE for E-CHUG SCREENING!
Conduct your own online confidential marijuana assessment in less
than 10 minutes. Get non-judgmental, personalized feedback about
your attitudes, behaviors, and risk levels surrounding the use of
Personalized feedback, prepared with college students in mind,
includes information on:
• Regularity and patterns of marijuana use
• Amount of time spent smoking marijuana compared
with other activities
• Time and money spent on marijuana
• Your use of marijuana compared to other UT
students marijuana use
• Negative consequences of marijuana use
• Readiness and confidence to make changes
• Links to campus and community resources
• Simple way to find out if a professional
consultation might be helpful
HERE for E-TOKE SCREENING!
Is Stress Stressing You Out?
YOUR STRESS LEVEL
YOUR STRESS WEIGHT CONNECTION
Stress can contribute to weight gain in several ways. If you’re
having trouble with your weight and wonder what role stress may be
playing, or if you just want information and resources for healthy
change, this is the quiz for you!
ARE YOU A PERFECTIONIST?
Does having to do everything as perfectly as possible get in the
way of your success? Do you often feel overwhelmed with life and
school work? Take this short quiz to find out what you can do to
help yourself get out of the trap of perfectionism.
For anyone who drinks, this site offers valuable, research-based
information that can keep you healthy and safe.
- Student Health
The St. John’s online health and wellness resource designed
especially for college students. Read the current issue or scan the
archives for articles of interest.
- Sober 24-7:
St John’s Department of Student Wellness (SWELL) website created
by students for students- featuring Vinny, the SWELLness Squirrel,
who always has better things to do. Featuring Games, Trivia and