Campus Mental Health Review-Please Consider Participating

The internal Mental Health Review Committee (MHRC) has begun gathering input from students, staff, and faculty about the impact of campus culture on student mental health and well-being.

The External Review Team visited the Ithaca campus October 28-30 to meet with student, faculty, and staff representatives.


This fall, the internal (on-campus) Mental Health Review Committee (MHRC) is examining the impact of campus culture and policies related to student mental health and well-being, while an External Review Team will begin to review clinical services and campus-based strategies.

Participation in the Review by faculty, staff, and students will be critical in understanding what we do well as a university, the challenges we face, and the opportunities for improvement. The MHRC has developed several processes for stakeholders to provide feedback:

You can participate in one or more of the following ways:

  • Take this survey to address any or all of the following questions related to campus health and well-being:
    • What does Cornell do well in support of student mental health? What opportunities do you see to improve mental health on campus
    • What is the impact of social identity on student mental health at Cornell?
    • What impact does the Cornell culture have on student stress?
    • What ideas do you have to reduce the impact of stress on students?
    • What questions do you want the Mental Health Review Committee to consider
    • What else do you want us to know?
  • MHRC listening sessions for student groups and organizations, faculty, and student support staff.
    Listening sessions will be scheduled throughout the fall semester and will be offered in the following forms:

    • Focus Groups
    • World Cafés
    • “Telling Stories” sessions

Review the list of planned participation so far.

  • Direct email feedback to share information, questions, or concerns
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