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Survey: Students Say Professors Are Responsible for Helping Ease Their Stress, Mental Health Struggles
Professors are the No. 1 campus group students say have a responsibility to aid them with stress and mental health issues, according to the newest Student Voice survey. Professors aren’t expected to be counselors or sacrifice rigor, however.
Student Wellness Tip: Add Integrative Health Options on Campus
Bowdoin College offers weekly acupuncture and Reiki clinics to promote rest and relaxation among the student population.
Physical Health and Wellness Linked to Student Success
In the newest Student Voice survey, many students say their physical health and wellness is getting in the way of their academic success.
Student Wellness Tip: Reaching Men With Mental Health Challenges
The director of counseling services at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock offers three strategies for combating male students’ negative ideas around mental health support.
Survey: Half of College Students With Mental Health Issues Haven’t Accessed Care
Student Voice data reveal gaps in care and in knowledge of campus mental health resources. Students also see professors and advisers as responsible for helping struggling students, while experts recommend a culture of care.
Stress Is Hurting College Students
More than half of college students have experienced chronic stress, which is associated with worse mental health, the new Student Voice survey on health and wellness finds.
Layering Mental Health Care at a Community College
Columbus State Community College is taking a multifaceted approach to meeting its students with mental health services offerings, developing a new department as well as adding online counseling and intern support.
Survey: Stress Undercutting Student Success
In the newest Student Voice survey, students say stress negatively affects their academic success, and reducing stress is their No. 1 health goal. Students also see faculty members as bearing responsibility for reducing stress.