Fulfilling the Promise of Student Health and Well-being at Faith-Based Institutions
In this webinar, higher education experts at faith-based institutions discuss how they deliver on their school’s mission of providing an environment that helps students learn, grow and thrive through holistic student care.
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Holistic student support for student health and well-being. This is a top-of-mind priority for most higher education institutions.
But this priority takes on a deeper meaning for faith-based institutions that promise to care for a student’s well-being — physically, emotionally, and spiritually. At faith-based institutions, students and parents expect a nurturing environment that keeps students safe and healthy.
At the same time, the demand for mental health services continues to rise, and Gen Z students have a new expectation of care compared to past generations.
In this panel discussion, higher education experts from faith-based institutions will share:
- The best practices used at their schools to care for student health and well-being.
- How they deliver on their school’s mission to provide an environment that helps students learn, grow, and thrive.
- The changes they’ve made based on the learnings of the past year.
Learn ways your faith-based school can go beyond supporting student health to empowering students to be well in all aspects of their lives.
- Cindy Gravitt, Practice Manager, Abilene Christian University
- Caye Barton Smith, Psy. D., Vice President of Student Development, Point Loma Nazarene University
- Dr. H. James Williams, President, Mount St. Joseph University
- Katherine Cornelius, Director of Counseling, Belmont University
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