This work group will work on identifying well-being measures to inform work group action and progress; analyze the ACHA-NCHA survey; inform Personal Development Work Group with data to be used for a well-being awareness and education plan.
American College Health Association - National College Health Assessment III (ACHA-NCHA III)
The ACHA-NCHA III is a nationally recognized survey that assists in collecting precise data about students’ health habits, behaviors, and perceptions. It captures a wide variety of key health and wellness related topics including: substance use, sexual health, nutrition, exercise, mental health, personal safety, and preventive health practices. NDSU participated for the first time in the Spring of 2021 and will continue implementing on a cyclical basis.
North Dakota Student Wellness and Perception Survey
The North Dakota Student Wellness and Perception Survey (NDSWAPS) was developed to provide an insight into the current well-being of North Dakota College Students, ranging from their experiences using alcohol / other drugs to mental health symptomology and unwanted sexual experiences. The aim of gathering data through NDSWAPS is to inform and develop prevention and intervention efforts specific to students in North Dakota, in addition to students on each institutions campus, within the North Dakota University System.
|Marc||Bauer||Interim Department Head & Associate Professor / Agriculture, Food Systems, & Natural Resources|
|Emily||Berg||Director / Institutional Research & Analysis|
|Mary||Larson||Associate Professor / Public Health|
|Laura||Oster-Aaland||Associate Vice Provost for Enrollment Management / Student Affairs|
|Logan||Pitts||Health Promotion Graduate Assistant / Student Health Service|