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Supporting Students Financially Across the Student Lifecycle

Financial factors have always been a key component in students’ initial college choice and likelihood of success While many students were already facing significant financial burdens prior to the pandemic,

Supporting Students Financially Across the Student Lifecycle for Regional Institutions

Financial factors have always been a key component in students’ initial college choice and likelihood of success. While many students were already facing significant financial burdens prior to the pandemic,

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Student Mental Health & Well-Being Collaborative

EAB’s Mental Health Collaborative will bring 30 university partners together to advance student mental health support on their campus.

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Student Belonging Resource Center

Use this resource center to find research and best practices that will help campus leaders understand and improve five key components of student belonging.

Counseling Center Website Audit

As students increasingly turn to online communication channels for information, virtual spaces have become a critical access point for students seeking support. EAB’s Counseling Center Website User Experience Audit will help partners adapt their counseling center website for long-term use in the post-pandemic era.

COVID-19 Reflection and Assessment Guide for Student Affairs Leaders

Student affairs teams are on the front lines of institutional responses to COVID-19, and that means they are facing exacerbated urgency to rapidly adjust policies. Use this guide to review and assess past efforts to ensure your division is well-positioned to serve your campus in the future.

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Bolster mental health support for graduate students this fall

While many campuses have bolstered mental health support and promotion broadly in recent years, graduate students have too often been overlooked. Studies have shown that graduate students are six times more likely than the general population to experience depression and anxiety—but graduate students are rarely the focus of our outreach efforts.

3 ways to equip faculty to support student mental health

Faculty can play an important role in student mental health by acknowledging mental health challenges and promoting and being liaisons to support resources. But, while nearly eight out of ten professors had a 1-on-1 conversation with a student about mental health during the last year, less than 30 percent of faculty members said they have received training from their institutions to have such discussions.

Three ways to support campus well-being as a university leader

Mental health has consistently topped the list of presidential concerns through the pandemic. ACE surveyed presidents on multiple occasions across the last year, and each time, mental health has garnered the number one spot – above long-term financial viability and enrollment numbers.

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Access the mental health resource center

Explore resources, insights, and on-demand webinars to help you support student mental health and well-being on your campus.

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Student Affairs Forum

Equipping student affairs officers with the research, resources and strategies to navigate a range of challenges associated with campus climate, metal health, diversity, student performance, and more.

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