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Leaders, students are on different pages when it comes to supporting degree completion

Anthology's latest research paints a telling picture of where communication streams are mixed on what it takes to support students on their way to a degree.

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. 

These 2 edtech companies are dominating the digital mental health space

Call it being in the right place at the right time. Through a series of partnerships, acquisitions and impressive capital growth, TimelyCare and Uwill have emerged as the clear-cut favorites to provide teletherapy solutions across college campuses nationwide.

Student affairs leaders get real on counseling after COVID

In a panel hosted by TimelyCare, two student affairs leaders explain how they remain invigorated to help students despite the professional and logistical challenges that higher education has faced in the last three years. 

Policy roundup 2023: How state and federal legislators tackled higher ed

Some policy pushes have enjoyed bipartisan support, such as addressing hazing on college campuses. Others, however, have been more aligned across political lines, like dismantling DEI. 

Us against the world: How are higher ed’s latest trends impacting the U.S. and Canada?

Instructure's latest report discovered that U.S. and Canadian students are behind in adopting AI and are the most afflicted by mental health concerns, among other findings.

President’s corner: Urgency for David Wippman as he shares his last dance at Hamilton College

President David Wippman is looking to get Hamilton College's house in order before his successor, and he believes it's his "responsibility" to make one last plea to the public on the importance of higher education.

The 5 main reasons students seek mental health counseling

"Knowing the trends of what's going on with students can help inform them on their initiatives, what to bring onto their campus and what resources to promote," says Erin Andrews, Uwill's Director of Clinical Affairs.

Support for first-year students may be key this fall. Here are 4 ways to ensure you’re ready

Some first-year students may still be struggling to cover ground academically and psychologically, thanks to the pandemic.

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.

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