This work group will work toward reducing stigma, supporting skills and habits to manage stress, strengthening resilience and provide and support timely access to mental health services and information to create a supportive campus culture.
- Students, faculty and staff have the education and resources to help them understand mental health issues, the services to address mental health needs, and the awareness and ability to access these resources.
- Information, education and training are available and accessible about accessing resources, positive coping skills, stress management, resilience, self-management, substance use, supporting others, etc.
- Collaborative work with student government and other student organizations to create awareness and action related to mental health issues.
- Effective mental health programs and infrastructure are resourced and optimized to meet priority mental health needs.
- Enhanced referral and support capacity for campus mental health services.
- Reduced stigma of mental health on NDSU campus and in the surrounding community at large.
CLICK HERE for examples of statements that could be included on your syllabi or website to remind students about mental health resources and that you are a mandated reporter under NDSU Policy 156.10 and NDSU Policy 162.7. Including information about campus resources and policy can go a long way toward reinforcing the message that NDSU cares about student well-being and does not tolerate discrimination, harassment, retaliation, sexual misconduct, or intimate partner violence
|Dean of Students / Student Affairs and Enrollment Management
|Director / Counseling Center
|Director / Disability Services
|Assistant Professor / Psychology / College of Science and Mathematics
|Student Rep / Interfraternity Council
|Student Rep / Violence Prevention Educator
|Student Rep / Student Health Services
|Student Case Manager / Dean of Students office