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Faculty—not just students—are stressed out and considering leaving, per survey

Students' sustained mental health issues, among other job pressures, are feeding faculty and staff stress and anxiety, according to TimelyCare. 

More than 80% of students are at least as stressed as last year with fall semester looming

The Supreme Court's rulings this summer had strong implications for a recent survey by TimelyCare. More than half of students reported stress or anxiety around its decisions on striking down affirmative action (53%) and denying Biden's student loan forgiveness (60%). Students submitted responses in July 2023, when the rulings were still top of mind.

Study: Limiting student social media use to 30 minutes lowers depression and boosts outlook

These survey results come two weeks after the U.S. Surgeon General testified before a Senate Health, Labor and Pensions Panel advising social media to be given a warning label due to its contribution to youth mental health becoming “the defining public health issue of our time.”

Which mental health strategies should be embraced—or avoided? Check the data

Skill-training strategies, such as mindfulness, boast consistently positive evidence of improved social-emotional skills. Gatekeeper training, however, needs another look.

How two wellness providers are broadening the menu of mental health care services for students

Allowing stressed students to regulate themselves and, in some cases, utilize their smartphones to assess their own issues has encouraged even those who have not seen a healthcare provider in months to partake of the self-care services.

As parents and students prioritize mental health, higher education must respond

In order to achieve your incoming class goals, you must address scaling mental health solutions to your campus.

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