If at anytime you feel stressed out or have anxiety—whether it's from having to leave your study abroad semester, departing campus, or shifting to remote learning—check out these services for support.

We suggest practicing self-care for your mental and emotional health. Stress and anxiety are natural and to be expected, but there are services and resources to help you cope.

  • Get exercise outside when you can.
  • Set up chats, Snapchat, WhatsApp, virtual group sessions with NDMU friends to stay connected.
  • Virtual gaming and activities will be available via Residential Life.
  • Practice mediation and deep breathing.
  • Zoom sessions will be available with NDMU Counselors.
  • There is free mental health support available by contacting The National Alliance on Mental Health helpline that offers free assistance and advice 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can reach the helpline at 1-800-950-626. For more information visit NAMI.org or text NAMI to 741741.
  • Maryland Department of Health also has resources to help residents cope with anxiety and stress (PDF).
  • Online Engagement Resources  https://www.ndm.edu/online-engagement-resources

Additional Resources

What should I do if I experience harassment or bias related to this virus?

Inquiries or concerns regarding harassment may be referred to:

Gregory Fitzgerald
Title IX/504/ADA Coordinator


Jessie Sell
Jessie Sell
Assistant Dean, Academic Support & Enrichment Programs