Education & resources

Here you'll find educational tools and resources aimed at promoting a more inclusive and just campus community. We encourage students, staff, and faculty to explore our anti-racism reading lists, cultural center resources and more to expand your knowledge and take action towards building a more equitable campus environment.

Mental health and well-being

Aurora Center

The Aurora Center has a 24-hour helpline at 612-626-9111. The Aurora Center is available to help students who have been impacted by sexual misconduct.

Boynton Mental Health Clinic

Offers counseling services, drop-in crisis support, psychiatric care, alcohol & drug recovery assistance, and ADHD guidance. 

Student Counseling Services

Offers counselor support, self-help materials, and specialized content for marginalized identities.

Let’s Talk

A free drop-in service that provides confidential consultations regarding stress, relationships, academic performance, etc. Counselors will help provide support, explore solutions, provide information on applicable resources. Drop in appointments available in-person and via Zoom.

Learn to Live

Online programs for concerns ranging from substance use to insomnia. 

Student life resources

Nutritious U Food Pantry

Offered the second and fourth full weeks each month. Students may visit the food pantry once per week, up to two times per month. No proof of need required, but a UCard is required to scan. 

SNAP for UMN Students

Take a survey at the link to see if you are eligible for SNAP benefits.

Find Help - Hunger Solutions

Find food banks and other resources near you.

Student Emergency Funds

One-time funds for students experiencing an unforeseen event that severely impacts their academic success.