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Student Wellness Tip: Creating Space for Pets on Campus

To help ease homesickness, some colleges have adopted pet-friendly policies for students living on- and off-campus.

Justice Department Settles With Larry Nassar Victims for $139M

The U.S. Justice Department will pay out $138.7 million to settle claims brought by 139 victims of former Team USA...
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Protests Roil Columbia, Spread to Other Campuses

Columbia cancels in-person classes as pro-Palestinian protests continue on and off campus. Reverberations affect Yale, NYU and Harvard.

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Report: Texas Community College Students Struggling to Make Ends Meet

A new survey from Trellis Strategies finds a majority of two-year students in Texas have run out of money during 2023, but one-third of students have not spoken with their college about their issues.

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Student Wellness Tip: Address Sexual Assault on Campus Comprehensively

To promote a safe and health campus environment, college leaders provide sexual assault prevention education.

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Student Wellness Tip: Encourage Students to GYLIO

Higher education practitioners can help students stay organized and academically prepared by pushing them to spend time doing nothing but getting their lives in order.

While attending college away from home, a seemingly frustrated young adult female sits with the counselor to talk about her emotions.

Student Wellness Tip: Encouraging Faculty, Staff to PRACTICE Trauma-Informed Pedagogy

An administrator at Indiana University at Indianapolis works to engage faculty and staff in student-centered care through a new actionable and memorable framework.

A group of six college students sits on the floor in a living room/common area having what appears to be an engaged, supportive discussion.

In Admissions and on Campus, a More Self-Aware, Self-Compassionate Student Body

Applicants and current students alike are increasingly comfortable talking about their mental health—and that’s something to celebrate, Lisa Kaenzig and Melanie Sage write.