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Self Assessment Tools

Cold and Flu

Do you have cold or flu symptoms? Find out how to care for yourself or decide you need to visit Student Health using this Cold/Flu self-assessment .


Nutrition Counseling is available to all UCSD students. If you have a Nutrition Counseling appointment, use this Dietary Assessment form‚Äč (see the instructions).

Are You Getting Enough Protein? Protein is the raw material for every cell in your body.

What is Your Ideal Weight? A more accurate way to calculate what is truly a healthy weight range for you.



The FITstop assessment measures your level of fitness compared to others in your age group. Cardiovascular health; muscular strength and endurance; body weight and composition; and flexibility are measured.

Mental Health

UCSD students can take this Online Mental Health Screening for depression, anxiety problems, eating disorders, and alcohol problems. It can help you decide if you have a problem and could benefit from talking to a counselor at Psychological and Counseling Services on campus.

Measure How Well You Cope With Stress - Use this inter-active tool to get a handle on your stress.

Are You Getting Enough Sleep? Try this self-assessment tool to figure it out!

Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs

e-CHUG and e-TOKE are brief, on-line surveys that provide detailed assessment of your alcohol and marijuana use as compared to other UCSD students. The surveys are completely anonymous and no personal information is stored.

ScreenU Marijuana: An anonymous tool to identify possible specific negative consequences of cannabis use.

ScreenU Alcohol: A useful tool to help you identify if you are experiencing negative consequences due to alcohol use.  Based on your responses, you will receive non-judgmental feedback and can provide ways for you to keep yourself and your friends safer.

alcohol Alcohol Myths
This flash video outlines the most common myths about alcohol. Think you're in control? Think again!

Learn more about Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs