Am I ok ?

When one or more points on the self-evaluation are not completed, or when one or more warning signs of distress are present, this may end up affecting your studies and your overall well-being.

Do not let an uncomfortable situation settle in. Consider seeking support promptly to help you develop resources and strategies to improve the situation.


  • Generally speaking, I feel good. I manage to complete my work, organize my time, think ahead to what I have to do next, etc.
  • I keep moving with regular physical activity.
  • I spend time hanging out with friends and just having fun.
  • I eat healthy – vegetables, fruit and protein – and at regular hours. I drink enough water and stay hydrated.
  • I get enough sleep for my personal needs. I go to bed and get up at regular hours.
  • I put reasonable limits on my consumption of alcohol, cigarettes and video games.
  • I take care of my personal hygiene every day.
  • I keep my living space (room or apartment) clean and organized.

Warning signs of distress

  • Absence from classes, seminars, practical and group work, etc.
  • Drop in the quality of work handed in.
  • Difficulty concentrating or maintaining focus.
  • Difficulty organizing your time, making plans and sticking to them. Frequent procrastination.
  • Feeling easily frustrated or irritated.
  • Often feeling anxious or stressed.
  • Feeling discouraged easily, more often and for longer than usual.
  • Changes in social habits: little or no contact with friends and family, loneliness, withdrawing into yourself, etc.
  • Appetite issues: weight gain or loss, irregular mealtimes, etc.
  • Trouble sleeping: difficulty falling asleep, waking up frequently during the night, irregular sleep patterns, etc.
  • Neglecting to take care of yourself and your living space.


Social consultation

Social advisors are available to offer you support, work with you to find personalized solutions and refer you to the right specialists if necessary.