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Major findings from our Student Voice survey on health and wellness link stress to decreased academic performance, poorer mental health and more.
What would students do to ease stress if they were responsible for health and wellness on their campuses? Student Voice asked and students answered, with ideas ranging from mental health check-ins and wellness days to study groups and free food.
E-cigarettes and vapes remain popular with college students, and institutions have found strategic ways to address the health risks and discourage use on campuses.
Survey: Going to the gym is students’ preferred wellness activity over all, but many say they’d access more campus wellness resources if hours met their schedules. On campus food, students value quality and variety of flavors and less processed options.
Michigan State University’s ACTIVE Spartans program supports the physical health of students through peer mentorship and provides experiential learning and internship experience to kinesiology students.
Pace University opened a mobile food pantry in collaboration with its local food bank to provide free meals and household items to the campus community.
Many students want professors and advisers to help promote their well-being, including their mental health. But how involved do students really want them to get? Quite involved, according to new survey data from Inside Higher Ed and College Pulse.
A grant from the National Council for Workforce Education will fund financial coaching services for students at Monroe Community College and three other institutions in the U.S.