College Re-Entry

helps academically engaged 18-30 year-old college students, who withdraw from their studies due to mental health challenges, return to college and successfully reach their educational goals.

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What you eat can have an impact on your overall mental health and on your symptoms if you have a mental illness. It can also help you manage your stress and affect the chemicals in your body.
This fall we added a life skills track that now includes resume writing, interviewing, public speaking, budgeting and cooking classes.
By focusing on some little things, such as learning to get to class on time, College Re-Entry student Jackie was able to restart her education after five years away.
Returning to college after a summer away can be exciting, and it can also be nerve-wracking, particularly if you are going away for the first time. Being on campus comes with social and academic stress, so it is especially important if you struggle with mental health to know what resources are available and to make plans to connect with them before you arrive on campus.


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Time Magazine: Record Numbers of College Students Are Seeking Treatment for Depression and Anxiety — But Schools Can't Keep Up


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