Our college community is becoming increasingly aware of the amount of stress our students are experiencing and the negative impact it can have on their health and academic performance. According to the 2014 National College Health Assessment, administered at the University of Maryland, 53% of students experienced more than average or tremendous stress in the least 12 months. What’s more, the same assessment revealed over the course of an academic year, nearly 1 in 3 students felt too depressed to function.
In response to this, the University Health Center and the Counseling Center have adopted a suite of online training simulations that will assist faculty and staff to better identify, support, and refer these students to support services on campus. As a faculty or staff member at the University of Maryland you have access to three innovative online simulations:
- At-risk for Faculty & Staff
- Veterans on Campus for Faculty & Staff
- LGBTQ on Campus for Faculty & Staff.
To get started, visit md.kognito.com