TalkCampus live now!
No Student should ever suffer alone. Sometimes life is awesome. Sometimes not so much. TalkCampus is a safe student network that's all about support. Let's talk.
The new Mental Health and Wellness Center at LCC in response to COVID and the stressors of being a college student is proud to announce the launch of the TalkCampus app. Student life can be incredibly tough. At TalkCampus we’re here for the moments when you just need a friend. Talk to students around the world going through the exact same struggles you are any time of day or night. This is a safe place where you can talk anonymously about anything and get support for your mental health and whatever is on your mind. Download the TalkCampus app for free today and make right now and everything after it a little bit better. Let’s talk and figure this life thing out together.
View LCC's TalkCampus page for more information on downloading or View the instructions on downloading the TalkCampus app free to your mobile device.
1. What email address do students use to sign up?
Students will need to use their @my.lanecc.edu email address to sign up for an account.
2. What devices can students use to download TalkCampus?
Students can download TalkCampus on their mobile devices. Currently, there is no desktop application for TalkCampus.
Virtual Classroom Support
Mental Health and Remote Learning Support Groups
Looking for some extra mental health support during this time of remote learning? The Mental Health and Wellness Center is here to help.
Join us for live Zoom support groups led by mental health counselors. By registering for this support group, you are consenting to participate in a virtual therapeutic group where peers will be sharing and offering support led by a mental health counselor.
Information about when Support Groups are scheduled and how to register will be available after it has been scheduled. Planning is underway.
Learning in a virtual setting can come with its own unique positives and challenges. View this pdf for tips on managing virtual classroom fatigue.