University Business - July 2008 - (Page 35)

C A M P U S H E A LT H Schools at the Ready STUDENTS IN NEED, Healthy peer pressure: Trained William Paterson University (N.J.) students help educate their peers about alcohol abuse and other health-related issues. Substance abuse, depression, and eating disorders are ever-present problems on college and university campuses. But higher ed leaders are on the case. ROM NEEDING TO ABSORB COMPLICATED TEXT book explanations to having three papers due the same week, the business of learning at the college level is challenging in a multitude of ways. Add the social issues and independent living aspects of college life, and it’s not surprising that many students are stressed, depressed, and in need of mental health help. Here’s a closer look at three student health issues affecting campuses nationwide—and what’s being done by school leaders to address them. July 2008 | 35 F

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of University Business - July 2008

University Business - July 2008
College Index
Company Index
Advisory Board
Editor's Note
Behind the News
Money Matters
Financial Aid
Human Resources
Students in Need, Schools at the Ready
Security Officers Speak Out
Advancement Goes Digital
A New Day for NASFAA
Sustainable Admissions
What's New
End Note

University Business - July 2008