Education & Health

One goal of The MAPme Project is to increase awareness of, and challenge students to think critically about, health behaviors and influences.

For behavioral health resources at Oxford College, the College of Arts & Sciences, and in the community click here.

Visit the sites below for other related information:

Ulifeline Self-Evaluator

ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center, where college students can be comfortable searching for the information they need and want regarding emotional health.

Understanding Anxiety Disorders

What does it mean when a health care professional says “anxiety disorder”? Learn more about living with an Anxiety Disorder

Active Minds

Active Minds was founded by Alison Malmon when she was a junior at the University of Pennsylvania following the suicide of her older brother, and only sibling, Brian. Active Minds brings the voice of young people who are disproportionately affected by mental illnesses and the way mental health is addressed on campuses and in society at large to the conversation on mental health.

Now in its fifteenth year, Active Minds is at more than 600 colleges (including Emory’s College of Arts & Sciences and Oxford) and high schools nationwide, including 450 student-led chapters. Our programs and services empower students to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health, create communities of support, and ultimately save lives.

JED Foundation

The Jed Foundation (JED) empowers teens and young adults with the skills and support to grow into healthy, thriving adults.

Comprehensive research-based information on issues related to alcohol abuse and binge drinking among college students.

NIDA (National Institute on Drug Abuse)

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NIDA for Teens

Get the latest on how drugs affect the brain and body. Featuring videos, games, blog posts and more!

It’s difficult to have a conversation with someone on campus you suspect might have a drug problem, especially if it is someone you have a close relationship with, such as a roommate, teammate, classmate, or coworker. And yet as hard as that discussion may be, it may go a long way toward helping someone in need. Visit for some ways in which you can prepare and proceed.

The Academic Opportunity Costs of Substance Use During College

A Brief Report from the Center on Young Adult Health and Development at the University of Maryland School of Public Health.

Mouse Party

Get an insider’s look at the brains of mice on drugs.