Tag: Student Mental Health
“We saw a lack of ability to effectively treat college students in need of care,” says the program’s co-founder.
Researchers from Harvard University’s medical school analyzed survey results from more than 67,000 college students across 108 institutions.
See two examples of how institutions proactively weave resilience into their support for returning students.
Resilience is not about using your willpower to suppress bad habits and negative emotions.
To tackle student anxiety, some colleges are incorporating mental health and resilience training into first-year orientation.
The number of students seeking mental health services is growing five times faster than enrollment.
Just 40% of bachelor’s degree students graduate in four years, but building communities of support can help improve student success.
The World Health Organization surveyed 13,984 students across 19 colleges in eight countries during their first months of college.
The high rates of anxiety and depression among grad students should push college leaders to double down on career outcomes and mental health care resources, says one of the study’s authors.
To kick off Mental Health Awareness Month, we profiled a few mental health services students want on campus.