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While the pandemic has accelerated the urgency to enhance mental health support, it has also presented a unique opportunity to meet student needs through peer support programs. Here are how 3 institutions are adjusting their mental health support strategies to leverage peers to better meet escalating student demand for support and facilitate meaningful peer connections.

The U.S. Education Department released its proposed changes on June 23rd, including reversals of many policies enacted by the previous administration. The new rules emphasize the importance of protecting victims of sexual harassment and discrimination and creating environments to easily report misconduct. The proposed updates are now open for a 60-day public comment and review period, and the date they will go into effect is still uncertain.

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