The Louisburg College Health & Wellness Department provides links to other websites for additional information and health education. The staff periodically reviews and changes the subjects as new health information becomes available. They primarily intend to inform and educate. GO HURRICANES!
Search for Local Providers of Substance Abuse Services
Al-Anon: Support and information for friends and family members of individuals dealing with alcohol abuse/addiction. The site provides a link to local support.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): Wondering about your drinking? Check out this site.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse
American Cancer Society: Guide to Quit Smoking
Research about Alcohol & College Drinking Prevention (Alcohol Facts, Information & Articles)
Information on College Students & Alcohol Abuse
Comprehensive Guide to Drugs on Campus
ULifeline: Online Resource for College Mental Health
American Psychological Association Help Center
Psychology in Daily Life: Information on Mental Health Issues
Psych Central: Online Resource for Mental Health
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Help Guide - Mental Health & Wellness
Online Self-Assessment Resources
Self-assessments and screening tools are not a substitute for solid professional advice. These tools do NOT provide a diagnosis. Neither Louisburg College nor the self-assessments suppliers accept any responsibility for decisions made based upon these tools’ use. Nor is the college responsible for the accuracy of information provided by the websites. Furthermore, such information is not a substitute for appropriate medical or mental health treatment.
These free tests range from self-diagnostic psychiatric screening to academic research projects gathering data online. Other tests are enticements to pay for further services, books, or website memberships. Some labeled their sites "for entertainment only." The college has listed free online tests on this page, and each includes feedback about how to interpret results. These sites do not record personal data unless otherwise indicated.
Required Basic Immunizations
North Carolina Statute G.S. 130A-155.1 states the following: "No person shall attend a college or university, whether public, private, or religious unless a certificate of immunization or a record of immunization from a high school located in North Carolina indicating that the person has received immunizations required by G.S. 130A-152 is presented to the college or university. For out-of-state students, a Certificate of Immunization or high school immunization record indicating that the person has received immunizations is required to attend a college or university in North Carolina." For a complete list of the required immunizations, please go here.
Louisburg College provides a student accident insurance plan that is a supplemental plan to the student's family health policies. The college includes the cost of this insurance plan in the student's fees, and students cannot waive the fee. They can find information and claim forms here.