Student Mental Health Coalition

The coalition is designed for undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in promoting mental health across campus while reducing mental illness stigma. If your existing student group would like to get involved in the coalition or if you want to learn how to become an Independent Member, please provide your information. The coalition is located on the third floor of Lowry Hall in Suite 331.

Partners of the coalition include:

Upcoming Events:

Back by popular demand is our Empowered Series! These 30 minute workshops tackle a different mental health topic to help make us all feel more empowered. Each workshop is put on by either an Independent Member of the Coalition or an affiliated organization. Meaning, these workshops are by students, for students. Come to at least one workshop for a chance to win one of two $25 Amazon gift cards. Register here (or view the flyer): to view all dates, times, and workshop titles. See you there!

The Coalition is also bringing back the Division of Mental Health and Substance Use's past initiative, Talk On. This initiative works to stop mental illness stigma by having KSU students, faculty, and staff share their personal experiences (through story, song lyrics, poetry, drawings, and/or photos) with mental illness. New this time, is the option to be a mental health ally. You can take the survey to write a message of support to anyone living with a mental illness, or someone who may be struggling. To learn more visit: All submissions will be put into the Coalition's end-of-year exhibition to showcase all submissions to further eliminate mental illness stigma. To participate, please view this survey:

Past Events:

kahoot trivia night poster
Empowered Series graphic, see info
Book club poster