Reading Time: 4 minutes Maintaining a meaningful connection with students from offer acceptance to their first day is key for reducing melt. Learn how to keep students engaged by using rich digital content on topics they care about.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Ashland University uses CampusWell’s resources to strengthen their existing wellness programs and provide content for their educational partnership with local correctional facilities.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Saint Louis University uses CampusWell’s digital content to engage with new students by promoting health and wellness from the first week of classes.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Western Dakota Tech uses CampusWell’s resources to educate students on compliance issues, support awareness campaigns, and ensure the well-being of their students.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Bow Valley College administrators and staff use printables to spark in-person conversations with students and provide them with vetted resources they can access online.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Optimal nutrition helps college students improve their physical, emotional, and intellectual wellness, yet many face barriers to regularly choosing a variety of nutrient-rich foods. Here’s how you can help your students.
Reading Time: 4 minutes RCCC reaches all of their students by applying a fraction of their activity fees toward effective student engagement, support, and community.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Only 17 % of colleges and universities in the US are officially “tobacco-free.” Whether yours is or isn’t, promoting responsible tobacco use on campus can benefit everyone’s health.
Reading Time: 4 minutes PSU credits weekly emails and student-authored articles for their success at promoting health and wellness to their non-traditional students.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Tap into CampusWell’s vault of science-based wellness videos created for students like yours.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Why is it important to encourage your students to be physically active? Beyond fitness, there are mental health benefits including more happiness and life satisfaction. Here’s how to promote this in your college