Campus Prevention Network National Insights Report
For a decade or more, students, parents, clinicians, and educators have been sounding the alarm that the mental well-being of college students is in real trouble.
Many institutions of higher education have sought to address this serious public health issue by increasing access to clinicians and providing other resources to support students in immediate mental health crises. While these efforts are essential, ultimately, they are inadequate for the task of preventing mental health crises and supporting the flourishing of college students. Prioritizing wellness as an antidote to illness has been the root of prevention work for decades.
As higher education institutions plan for fall 2023 and beyond, it is critical to consider mental health from this lens and to use data to build comprehensive mental well-being plans.
Download our new report, “The State of Mental Well-Being in Higher Education” to learn about:
- Student Mental Well-Being in Higher Education Today
- Driving Improvements in Mental Well-Being on Campus
- Students Demographics
- Mental Well-Being for Students
This report shares unique insights from college students across the nation on their experiences and perceptions of their own mental well-being and those of their peers. This report also highlights both strengths and challenges for college students when it comes to building skills in enhancing their own well-being, fostering resiliency, understanding when they need additional support, reducing barriers to help-seeking, and helping effectively when they notice peers in distress.
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