The goal of the current study is to investigate whether the university students' resilience level is predicted by their general self-efficacy beliefs and body images. The study group consisted of 569 university students, 324 female (%57) and 245 male (%43), aged from 18 to 24, studying in preparatory schools of various universities in different cities in Turkey. In the study, the Short Resilience Scale, the General Self-Efficacy Scale, the Body Image Scale and the Demographic Information Form were used as data collection tools. Data were analyzed with multiple regression analyses and independent samples t-test methods. Findings of the study revealed that general self-efficacy beliefs and body images were significant predictors of resilience levels of students. Besides, men rated higher average scores in comparison to women; thus, general self-efficacy beliefs, body image and psychological resilience of men were more positive than women. The findings of the study were discussed in the light of relevant literature and recommendations were offered.