Recent data from the American Psychological Association shows that one in three college freshmen struggle with mental health. Adjusting to the new stressors of college life - moving away from home, academic pressure, and navigating relationships - can become too overwhelming while managing a mental health condition. In too many cases student academic performance suffers, oftentimes leading to dropping out.
Join us to learn how The University of Chicago, University of Dayton, and Pennsylvania College of Technology are supporting their incoming students by mandating mental health training. By training first-year students, these schools are preparing them to recognize signs of psychological distress among their peers, build trust, and motivate fellow students to seek help on campus.
- Director of Counseling Center
- Residence Life Director
- Dean of Student Services
- VP of Student Affairs
- VP Student Life