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Report: Helping Sexual Violence Survivors Complete College

Students who experience sexual violence while enrolled in postsecondary education have a high likelihood of earning lower GPAs or dropping out. Here are three areas where higher education leaders can focus efforts to promote student success for those who are carrying such trauma.

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Student Wellness Tip: Organize Resources on One Website

A new website aggregates all available resources for students in New Jersey facing basic needs insecurity, including childcare support, food pantries and shelters.

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Success Program Launch: College Resiliency Education and Ambassadors

At Le Moyne College, a one-credit course teaches college students strategies to cope with mental health struggles. Students who successfully complete the course can receive additional training to become mental health ambassadors.

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Positive Partnership: Graduate Students Provide Well-Being Coaching in Res Halls

The School of Social Work partnered with Carolina Housing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to provide wellness care to residential undergraduate students.

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Survey: Trends in Student Persistence, From Students

New insights from tech company EdSights use data from chatbot text messages to understand the factors that impact student persistence throughout the academic year.

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Student Wellness Tip: Offer Informal Counseling Consultations

Cornell University’s Let’s Talk program helps familiarize students with mental health care services, promoting access and usage.

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Scaling Up: Expanding Financial Wellness Education

Officials at Indiana University place special attention on financial knowledge to support students in paying for their postsecondary education and to improve persistence among learners.

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Health Apps Serve as Student Wellness Maps

To make wellness content more accessible to learners, colleges and universities are investing in staff- and student-developed health applications.