Illinois' Heartland Community College Awarded $700k for Behavioral Health Program
January 14, 2022
Survey Shows Pandemic Continues to Impact Student Mental Health
Data released this week shows that 88% of students say there’s a mental health crisis at colleges and universities.
January 13, 2022
Exclusive Poll: Overwhelming Majority Says the U.S. Faces a Mental Health Crisis
January 10, 2022
Student-Facing College Workers, Contingent Faculty Face Exhaustion
As students return to campus, student affairs personnel and adjunct faculty are navigating job uncertainties.
January 9, 2022
University of Michigan Study: Being Grateful Could Mean Improved Health
December 13, 2021
Panel Proposes Ways to Meet the Mental Health Needs of Minority Students
The twin challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and America’s racial reckoning have put the mental health of minority students under severe strain. On Tuesday, Diverse hosted a panel of experts for a virtual discussion of how this issue can be addressed.
December 7, 2021
College Students’ Mental Health Still Struggling Despite COVID-19 Vaccines and No More Lockdowns
December 6, 2021
West Virginia University Student Leaders Ask For More Funding for Mental Health
November 29, 2021
How Utah Is Tackling the Mental Health Crisis on Its College Campuses
November 29, 2021
With Suicide the 2nd Most Common Cause of Death Among Students, N.J. Lawmakers Want Colleges to Do More
November 22, 2021
Culture Must Be Up Front and Center – Not an Afterthought -- in Counseling Black and Other Minoritized Clients
We continue to be flabbergasted, dismayed, and upset about the persistent and pervasive under-representation of Black and other minoritized professionals in counseling, psychological, and mental health professions.
November 21, 2021
Colleges Take Action Amid Rising Mental Health Struggles
November 15, 2021
Can You Track a Child’s Mental Health? Cincinnati Children’s Spends $10M To Find a Way
November 8, 2021
Teletherapy Launches at Rural Tribal College in Wisconsin
Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College launched a teletherapy program for students, staff, and faculty.
October 26, 2021
First Lady Jill Biden Visits Michigan's Saginaw Chippewa Center To Discuss Youth Mental Health
October 25, 2021
UNC Chapel Hill Cancels Classes After Student’s Death, Report of Attempted Suicide
October 11, 2021
Revamping Higher Ed's Mental Health Policies
Recent events punctuate need for higher ed institutions to reexamine mental health policies.
October 1, 2021
Report: Students Who Had COVID-19 Experience More Challenges
Although the pandemic continues to upend higher education, the toll of COVID-19 infections on American college students has remained scarcely understood. But a new study found students with self-reported COVID-19 infections are more likely to face food in
August 9, 2021
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