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Student Mental Health Course Collection

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Student Mental Health Course Collection

About 40% of current higher ed students will suffer a significant mental health issue, one reason why institution leaders revealed in a recent survey that student mental health is their top concern. Mental Well-Being in College: A Guide can help students understand the impact of mental health issues and approaches for recognizing when they or a fellow student are experiencing an issue. Fostering Student Mental Health covers ways faculty and staff can recognize student mental health issues and help students seek help.

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Mental Well-Being in College: A Guide

With input from the Healthy Minds Network, Active Minds, and The Jed Foundation, this course helps college students understand the impact of mental health issues by covering common types, approaches for recognizing when someone is struggling, and ways to find resources and help.

Audience

Students

Course Length

30 minutes

Languages

English

​This course will help learners:

  • List common types of mental health issues.
  • Recognize when students may be challenged due to mental health issues.
  • Describe ways to access professional help as well as resources and tools.

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Fostering Student Mental Health

This course examines the impact of mental health issues on campus, including common types, ways for faculty to recognize when something is wrong, and how to put students in touch with those who can help.

Audience

Faculty & Staff

Course Length

30 minutes

Languages

English, Spanish

This course will help learners understand:

  • Common types of mental health disorders
  • How to recognize when to use established reporting mechanisms
  • Ways to put students in touch with accommodations and helpful resources

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