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If you have an emergency, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK.

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University Life Cafe
Kansas State University
232 English/Counseling Services Building
Manhattan, KS 66506
P. 785-532-6927
F. 785-532-3932

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Welcome!

University Life Cafe is part of the K-State community. 

  • powered by students
  • geared to student success
  • brought to you by Counseling Services

 

The Brew

The Brew is filled with member contributions. You can submit videos, artwork, photography, stories, poetry and more.

New on The Brew
Winners of the 10th Annual Art Contest:

1st place

First Place: "The Three Graces" by Jenn Hudson 

2nd Place

Second Place: "Queen" by Nell Hull

3rd Place 

Third Place: "Purple Mountain Escape" by Andrea Klepper

People's Choice Award

People's Choice Award: "Drake" by Sydney Tucker

Click here to see all of the wonderful pieces of art that were submitted.

 

The Bookshelf

On The Bookshelf you will find articles, videos and other materials to help you navigate the university experience!

New on The Bookshelf

goals

 

Proud Partner of:

WWC            counseling

 

 

 

Cafe Chats blog

CURRENT CHATS

This year, as we welcome you back to Kansas State University, we want to remind you of the importance of looking out for the mental health and safety of your peers. September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day and 70% of individuals tell someone or give warning signs before taking their own life. Learn the warning signs, symptoms, and how to respond to someone in need at www.StopaSuicide.org.

Also, remember that Counseling Services is available to help. We are located at 232 English/Counseling Services on the second floor and can be reached at 785-532-6927

We encourage you to check in on your own mental health and look out for your friends and peers throughout the year. If you or someone you know is considering suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline immediately at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or dial 911