Mental Health Concerns

While each person’s experience is different, below are some signs that could indicate concern.

  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Inability to focus on assignments or coursework
  • Excessive worrying
  • Difficulty making decisions
  • Feelings of hopelessness, loneliness, and sadness
  • Thoughts of destruction and self-harm

If you or someone you know is experiencing some of these signs connect with the campus resources below to receive support and guidance.

Connect with Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

To contact CAPS:

  • Working Hours:
    • 9:00-12:00, 13:00-17:30 (Monday-Friday)
  • Phone:
    • +86-0512-3665-7829
  • Email:
  • After-hour Hotline (DKU Emergency Hotline):
    • +86-0512-3665-7110

Individual Counseling

CAPS provides short-term individual counseling to students. Students who want individual counseling need to make reservations through Point’N’Click or email

Drop-in Service

Drop-in service provides you an opportunity to have a brief and confidential
conversation with our counselors to address your urgent and emergent mental
health concerns without an appointment.

Reach out to CAPS ( for more information.

Groups and Workshops

In group meetings, you can receive and provide support to each other and connect with
your peer students. CAPS provides various workshops to help students learn
skills and knowledge of psychology that are beneficial to their academic
success and personal growth.

Reach out to CAPS ( for more information.