Ensure your campus community is prepared for the direct and indirect impact of COVID-19.
The coronavirus pandemic has uprooted back-to-school planning for 2020-21. Ongoing campus closures, physical distancing requirements, and the need for academic continuity forced institutions to pivot their learning plans and how they support their students and faculty. COVID-19 has also exacerbated the mental health needs of students, elevating this issue as a top priority for campus leaders. A recent survey revealed that students are 38% more concerned about their mental well-being and 51% report being more stressed since the pandemic’s onset.
Hear from EVERFI experts in this 30-minute webinar to learn:
- Insights about the impact of the current environment on the state of higher education
- Strategies to help your students to manage stress and support their mental well-being
- Effective training to launch across your entire campus community to adapt to this changing environment
Erin McClintock | Head of Impact, Social and Emotional Learning
Erin McClintock leads EVERFI’s impact work in mental health, wellness, and social and emotional learning. She is a strength-based mental health expert with a diverse array of experience in counseling, substance use prevention, violence prevention, digital wellness, and diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Rob Buelow | Senior Vice President of Campus Prevention Network
Rob serves as Senior Vice President at EVERFI where he leads our Higher Education practice and Impact team. He is an award-winning public health professional with deep expertise in leveraging social and behavioral science to solve the most pressing challenges facing campuses, companies, and communities.