NEW REPORT HELPS LEADERS ADDRESS MENTAL HEALTH, WELL-BEING OF STUDENTS WITH MINORITIZED IDENTITIES

"Colleges and universities have an important role to play in the support of student well-being, as students return to campus this fall with a new range of traumas and other challenges to their well-being. In particular, research outlined in the brief, “Well-being for Students With Minoritized Identities,” shows that students with historically marginalized racial, ethnic, gender, and sexual orientation identities have substantially lower subjective well-being than other students without minoritized identities."  

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