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Student Wellness Tip: Aiding Students With Homesickness

To support students who are feeling homesick, institutions can promote feelings of home within their campuses and emphasize the importance of staying connected.

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Student Wellness Tip: Make Emergency Contraception Accessible

Across the country, institutions are adding vending machines to their campuses for students to purchase emergency contraception when they need it.

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Getting Students to Think Sleep

Many college students aren’t getting enough sleep. Following are six ideas for promoting sleep, including wellness pop-ups on campus, online sleep education and classroom-based interventions.

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College Recognized for Its Recovery-Friendly Culture, Policies

Ursinus College in Pennsylvania became the first institution certified as a recovery-friendly workplace for faculty and staff as well as students working to overcome substance abuse.

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Creating a Systemwide Mental Health Solution

To meet a growing student need for mental health care, the University of Texas took a systemwide approach to solutions, investing $16.5 million into new resources.

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Teaching Cooking, Nutrition via Demo Kitchens

On-campus demonstration kitchens are promoting engagement and well-being at some institutions, with cooking classes, nutrition coaching, meal planning workshops and more on the menu.

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Student Health and Wellness Survey: The Top 10 Takeaways

Major findings from our Student Voice survey on health and wellness link stress to decreased academic performance, poorer mental health and more.

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10 Ways to Ease Stress, According to Students

What would students do to ease stress if they were responsible for health and wellness on their campuses? Student Voice asked and students answered, with ideas ranging from mental health check-ins and wellness days to study groups and free food.