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VCU RRTC-Transition

Dec 2022

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Webcast on Mental Health,
College Transfer Students, and
Project College Success

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As we have seen in recent events, there is a great need to address mental health among college students and develop a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by our students. Transfer college students are one of the groups that deal with some unique challenges that can impact their mental health, and an upcoming webcast explores this topic and the role of CTI's Project College Success.

Please join VCU's CTI on Thursday, December 8 at 2 PM for a webcast on:
Mental Health, College Transfer Students, and Project College Success

Register here:

The webast will be presented by CTI's Christine Groah, and Jan Shea. They will discuss Project College Success, an exploratory study utilizing Virginia focus groups, project staff expertise, and survey research on mental health concerns of transfer students from 2 to 4-year institutions of higher education in Virginia. Christina and Jan will review research on college student mental health, discuss themes identified through focus groups, and share components of a survey that is being administered with transfer students in Virginia.

Learning Objectives:

✔️Gain an understanding of the scope of the issue of college student mental health

✔️ Become informed about the support needed for college transfer students with mental health challenges both locally and nationally

✔️ Learn about the themes and voices of students expressed through the project’s focus groups

✔️ Become familiar with a survey that is being administered to Virginia transfer students

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