Be Aware, Show You Care!

The UConn Suicide Prevention Committee works throughout the year planning events, sharing important information, training first responders, and engaging the campus in conversations about suicide and suicide prevention. The Suicide Prevention Committee holds events on mental health topics throughout the academic year to strongly communicate that UConn cares and that hope, help, and healing are possible.

Save the Date!


A Message from Interim President Dr. Agwunobi on Suicide Awareness and Prevention

UConn Resources 

Student Health and Wellness Mental Health Support
Offers free and confidential mental health support 24/7/365. For all UConn campuses

Student Health and Wellness
SHaW has an advice nurse available 24/7 during the regular academic year. Free and confidential.

Police Department
Available for all criminal investigations for on-campus crimes.

Call 911 to access 24/7 Emergency Services

National Resources

Crisis Text Line
Text HOME to 741741

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Stomp out the Stigma

Be Aware Show You Care
Be Aware Show You Care