Sexual Assault Prevent for Community College addresses preventing sexual assault and harassment on campus, in the workplace, and at home.
Mental Well-being for Students equips undergraduates with essential skills and information to navigate the stressors and emotional challenges associated with college life. The course helps learners practice self-care, recognize when they or their peers are in distress, and take action to find additional support.
- Reduce the stigma surrounding mental health and promote conversations about well-being
- Introduce strategies for approaching challenges, including self-management, self-advocacy, and building a support system
- Empower learners to support peers in crisis situations
- Connect learners with campus-based support and local resources
|This course was developed in partnership with The JED Foundation.
As part of our shared mission to promote students safety, emotional health, and wellness EVERFI and the JED Foundation have partnered to co-develop Mental Well-being for Students.
Module 1: What is Mental Well-Being?
Module 2: Self-Management
Module 3: Recognizing Challenges
Module 4: Seeking & Offering Help
The purpose of the Part 2 Survey is to measure learning outcomes and behavioral changes resulting from going through this course.
We recommend assigning Part 2 after a 4-6 week intersession is to allow learners to incorporate what they learned into their daily lives and experiences with their peers.
Automated Assignments can be used to implement an intersession.
Course Materials and Tools
Mental Well-being Email Templates During COVID-19