Campus Mental Health and Well-Being


​​​​​​​​​​​​​ACE understands that institutional practices around campus mental health and well-being play a critical role in student success. Students with poor mental health are at risk of a lower GPA, discontinuous enrollment, or dropping out. Faculty and staff are on the front lines of serving and supporting students, leading the charge while trying to maintain a healthy work-life balance​ of their own. Best practices around campus mental health and w​ell-being can therefore benefit both the institutions and society at large by helping ensure that everyone in the community thrives. ACE’s research and insights on campus mental health and well-being look to provide higher education leaders with the tools that they need for their institution to address mental health on their campus.​​​

Reports and Publications
Blog Posts

​ACE Pulse Point Survey

Campus mental health is a top-of-mind issue for college presidents, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. In ACE’s spring 2021 Pulse Point survey, presidents responded on their institution’s resources to address mental health. Read more of what they had to say.

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​Together We Can

Together we can champion equity, secure a path to citizenship, advocate for doubling the Pell Grant, strengthen campus mental health, support international students, and improve global relationships. Learn more about how we can—together.

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