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After four years of college impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the Class of 2023 are hopeful about their future but still grappling with the mental health effects of the pandemic. Learn more about how roughly 700 college graduates who plan to enter the workforce after they graduate feel.
Learn about the Mental Health Early Action on Campus Act (MHEACA) and the funding available for all Illinois public colleges and universities in the Fiscal Year 2023 supplement budget to utilize for mental health resources.
The College of Idaho partnered with TimelyCare to ensure students had the mental health care access they needed to thrive.
A nationwide survey of more than 1,200 college students by TimelyCare shows sustained high levels of mental health challenges and awareness as students begin the spring semester. Most students are worried about a recession in 2023, but that’s not their number one source of stress – their own mental health is.
TimelyCare conducted a nationwide survey of over 1,200 college students, with a majority planning to travel home during the winter break. The results show their excitement for a break from school and studies, but some hesitation about spending quality time with family.
Johnson C. Smith University (JCSU) partnered with TimelyCare to ensure students are able to get medical and mental health care regardless of time and location.
University of Redlands partnered with TimelyCare to help combat the wait times of the on-campus counseling center as well as reduce the number of hospitalizations.
Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine partnered with TimelyCare because they needed to offer 24/7 medical and mental health care to students all over the country.
Messiah University partnered with TimelyCare to match the expectations of students who wanted access to mental and medical health care virtually.