Success is a word that every college student is familiar with. On most university campuses there are entire departments of staff members solely dedicated to student success. It can be hard, though, to feel successful as a student.
Even if a student is on the dean’s list or achieving other academic honors, they can still have feelings of impostor syndrome, be dealing with social-emotional wellness issues, food insecurity, job or family struggles, or a myriad of these issues, under the surface of “success”. The stress of being a college student is real!
So, how do college students successfully navigate this important component of mental health and social-emotional wellness?
Is this first Tiger Talk, Salem University adjunct professor and mental health expert Paige Marenah talks important strategies for all students in taking care of your mental health!