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Supporting students: How to connect them with campus resources

Supporting students: How to connect them with campus resources

College campuses are packed with free or reduced-fee resources that can support students’ success and help them through crises. But getting students to use these resources often takes coaxing. As faculty and staff, you...
Help students find their active bystander style

Help students find their active bystander style

Bystander intervention is a highly effective tool for making our campuses and communities safer. Intervening in troubling situations prevents them from escalating and causing more harm. Culturally, bystander intervention is an important practice because...
How to help students get the hang of sleep

How to help students get the hang of sleep

Is your student sleeping much? At night—or in lectures? Many college students are night owls, prone to staying up late, then sleeping well into the morning or crashing during the day.Your student’s memory, mood,...
How to help students get physically active

How to help students get physically active

Most students become less physically active in college, research shows. But they want to get moving. The key is reframing how we think about exercise. Emphasize the immediate rewards: Increased energy Enhanced mood Improved...