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Student Wellness Tip: Supporting Lonely Learners

A new report from TimelyCare and Active Minds highlights practices for college leaders and stakeholders to address mental health and isolation among college students.

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Student Wellness Tip: Connect Students to Hotlines

Higher education practitioners can support students’ mental health and well-being in the moment help is needed through resource connections for different student groups.

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Study: Housing Assistance Boosted Graduation for Homeless Learners

New analysis from Education Northwest finds housing support for homeless community college students in Washington state helped with completion rates among participants.

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Current Students Left Behind in FAFSA Change Conversation

A new Student Voice survey by Inside Higher Ed and Generation Lab found one in five college students are unaware of the changes to the FAFSA form and the ensuing challenges.

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Success Program Launch: Demystifying Financial Aid With Personalized Outreach

Staff at Paul Smith’s College create individualized videos for each admitted student to break down their aid offering and what it means, decreasing barriers to access.

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Campus Garden Initiative Engages Student Well-Being and Reflection

Michigan State staff partnered with faculty and students to create wellness programming within the campus garden and arboretum, providing opportunities in nature for community members to focus on themselves and their health.

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New on the Job: Q&A With Gilbert Rogers, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

As part of an institutional focus on financial wellness, Rogers heads efforts to teach financial literacy and help students juggle their finances while enrolled.

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Student Wellness Tip: Offer Mental Health Screenings

A growing number of students live with mental illnesses, although they may not realize it. Colleges and universities can help identify students and connect them to care by providing free screenings on campus.