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National Depression Screening Day


The 21st annual National Depression Screening Day (NDSD) at Kent State University at Trumbull is open to all students, faculty and staff, as well as the larger community.

For those unable to attend an in-person screening, a free confidential online screening module is also available 24-hours per day throughout the year, and provides individuals with feedback, referrals, and resources upon completion.

As part of the free in-person screening, participants have the opportunity to complete a questionnaire which screens for depression, bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder; and to speak with a clinician in the mental health field to review their results. If necessary, appropriate referrals can be made, and participants may also find information on depression and other mental health issues for themselves or for someone about whom they may be concerned.

NDSD is coordinated by several units in the Division of Student Affairs including Psychological Services, University Health Services, and the Office of Health Promotion on the Kent Campus. For more information about National Depression Screening Day (NDSD) at Kent State Trumbull, contact Barbara Ozimek at or 330-675-7603.


  • Enrollment Management & Student Services (Room 131)

Contact information:  

  • Barbara Ozimek, counseling services, 330-675-7603