A JeffHELPer is any faculty, staff, or employee who wants to be an ear for students’ nonspecific academic and personal needs. JeffHELPers simply are good listeners for the Jefferson community. Click  the link above to find out more, locate, or become a JeffHELPer.


JeffHELP SERV (Sharing Experiences, Respect/Resources, Vision) is a program designed by students for students at Thomas Jefferson University. It is comprised of students who wish to be a listening ear for peers who need some additional support and would like someone to talk to about current concerns. Click the link above to find out more, and to contact a JeffHELP SERV peer.


ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center, where you can be comfortable searching for the information you need regarding emotional health.  TJU is registered with the site, so you can find campus specific resources as well. You can also find a self-evaluator tool which screens for thirteen of the most common mental health conditions that college students face.