Home, Family and Community
As a college student, you may encounter challenging life experiences or personal obstacles that you did not anticipate. As a result, you may find that you need some additional assistance. The resources listed below may be able to help you better meet your needs and the needs of those you care about.
Food Support and Assistance
Health Care and Insurance
- Minnesota Health Care Programs
- Resources for the Uninsured
- MNsure: Where You Choose Health Coverage
- Portico Healthnet: Helping Uninsured Access Affordable Coverage.
Parenting and Child Care
- Cost of Raising a Child
- At Risk Youth Resource
- Child Care Information and Assistance
- Family Education
- MN Child Care Resource and Referral Network
- American Refugee Committee
- The Center for Victims of Torture
- The Immigrant Law Center
- Refugee Health Care (MN)
- Campus Policies
- Food Pantry
- Crisis Hotlines
- Campus Policies
- Online Mental Health Screenings
- Mental Health Community Resources
- On Campus Personal Counseling
- Advocacy, Education and Support
- Busy Bees Child Care
- Fitness Center
- Intramural Sports and Outdoor Recreation
- Intercollegiate Athletics
- Safety & Security Report
- Student Health 101
- Student Health Service
- Student Life
- Young Student Parent Support Center
Navigate your CareerPlan by referencing the checklist below.
- Assessed your values, interests, and skills?
- Researched possible career choices?
- Created a resume and cover letter?
- Activated your eFolio account?
- Started the job search process?
Navigate your EducationPlan by referencing the checklist below.
- Developed SMART goals?
- Decided on a major or program of study?
- Assessed your learning style?
- Researched study skills and strategies?
- Arranged a meeting with an advising professional to select appropriate courses?
Navigate your FinancePlan by referencing the checklist below.
- Established your short and long-term financial goals?
- Created a budget?
- Explored resources to help you pay for college?
- Assessed your debt situation?
- Developed a savings plan for the future?
Navigate your LeadershipPlan by referencing the checklist below.
- Assessed your leadership style?
- Completed a personality inventory?
- Formed your personal mission and vision statement?
- Explored the leadership resources?
- Participated in a campus or community activity to help build your leadership skills?
- Determined your Carbon Footprint?
Navigate your PersonalPlan by referencing the checklist below.
- Explored the transition to college resources?
- Assessed your resiliency and ability to adapt to change?
- Established personal fitness goals?
- Examined the physical and mental wellness resources?
- Researched how to manage healthy relationships?