Lake Superior College cares about your mental health and well being.

Active Minds at LSC is a student-led group to raise awareness, educate and advocate for mental health.  Join us for our many events throughout the school year and help us to stomp out stigma!  For more information or to join our college chapter, please contact Health Services (218) 733-1092 or email .  Active Minds is the only nonprofit organization dedicated to mental health on college campuses and has more than 350 student chapters in nearly all 50 states.

Disability Services

If you have mental health issues that interfere with your academic learning, and need accommodations please contact Disability Services at (218) 733-7650 or .

Mental Health Services is free of charge to LSC students and offers:

  • Individual, IN PERSON counseling sessions (up to 3/semester for enrolled students), by appointment only (Virtual will be offered at a later date)
  • Drop In Consultation Services (As available)
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Referral Services

To schedule, please contact:

Amy Fullerton, MSEd., LPCC
Director Of Mental Health
Phone: (218) 733-6844
Location: Student Services, S-109
Hours: M-F 8-4:30 PM

Mental health matters at L.S.C. Will you join Active Minds? Tuesdays at 12 o'clock p.m. in the Student Life Conference Room.

Local Mental Health Resources

The Bandana Project

The Bandana Project

Mental Wellness Matters at LSC

Will you take the pledge and be a mental health advocate through the Bandana Project? VAR (Validate-Appreciate-Refer) training will be available to all students and employees at LSC. Once your are VAR trained, you will receive a green bandana and we ask that you display it for others to see. You will be a safe place for someone to talk to that may be struggling.

Presenter: Roxanne Frederick

Register: Email Roxanne Frederick:

Bandana/VAR Training:

  • TBD

Note: One hour session, choose a time that best fits your schedule. Please register for one session.

Suicide Prevention Training Icon

Training: Suicide Prevention for College Students

LEARN to recognize the warning signs of suicide and what you can do to help.


THIS FREE 90-MINUTE TRAINING was created specifically for college students. Students will receive information and skills training related to suicide prevention.

Alcoholics Anonymous. Interested in joining an A.A. group on campus? All are welcome! Come as you are for a group led open meeting! Dates are the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month at 3:00 p.m, in the Student Life Conference Room.