The Oct. 9 session focused on efforts by an outside consulting group and university administrators to improve student health care at MU.
Wellness Resource Center director Kim Dude: “[Sober housing] would’ve just been another additional service, but it’s not the most important service we can provide.”
Cultural stigmas and barriers to treatment prevent adequate discussion and action for mental health issues, co-adviser for Active Minds Mizzou Christine Glissmann said.
Senate Bill 627 aims to curb suicide on campuses in Missouri.
Despite the Tobacco 21 ordinance, students still find ways to obtain tobacco products and local businesses continue to sell to them.
“Ideally, we would like to try and reach every student at Mizzou because mental illness is something that doesn’t discriminate,” Co-Founder and Director of MSPC Julia Schroer said.
The survey will be offered through the Student Health Center.
The center was praised for its alcohol awareness and smoking cessation programs.
MOVE columnist Brad Spudich on managing stress with on-campus resources.
The Wellness Resource Center shared tips and tricks for having a safe spring break.
A student who keeps you well, and a well-traveled couple
MU has plenty of resources to help you create a better you this year.
The national campaign promotes the availability of healthy, affordable and sustainable food.
The new program will allow students to be more independent in their search.
Smokers on campus have decreased but not dispersed completely.
Approximately 300 freshmen lived off campus this year.
Eighty percent of MU students have consumed alcohol at least once in the last year, according to Wellness Resource Center data.
The money will help fund programs supporting bystander intervention and good behavior at football games
Education and outreach might be contributors to a decline in on campus liquor law violations.
The 12-Hour Walk started out a month of events planned for Alcohol Responsibility Month.