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Charleston Health & Wellbeing Consortium

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Charleston Student Health and Wellbeing Consortium

The Health and Well-being Consortium, an alliance formed in 2022 by three higher education entities in Charleston, South Carolina, is focused on what institutions are doing on local, state, and national levels to promote student well-being.

Working together, the consortium members explore and create opportunities to promote education for students, faculty, and staff at their institutions. 

By sharing their work with senior leadership and the South Carolina legislature, the Consortium promotes the importance of integrating student health and well-being into academics, outcomes, and any program needs.

Join us!

2nd Annual Charleston Student Health & Wellbeing Conference

Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Host: College of Charleston

Keynote: Catalyzing Innovation Improvement in Pursuit of Student Wellbeing

Allison J. Smith, MPA
Director, Health Strategy and Outcomes
New York University / Action Network for Equitable Wellbeing

Student wellbeing is essential for student success. Despite increased investments in student mental health and wellbeing, colleges and universities continue to grapple with worsening outcomes and widening equity gaps--underscoring the imperative for a profound shift in approach. Achieving improved student wellbeing will require institutions to fundamentally change not only the programs, services, and policies we implement but also in how we innovate, improve, and adapt to the ever-evolving needs, strengths, priorities, and values of our students and institutions. This session will highlight key insights and learnings about catalyzing innovation and improvement in pursuit of student wellbeing.

Conference 2024 Information

Find more information on the Charleston Student Health and Well-being Consortium.

Contact Us

For more information, please email Dr. Gigi Smith, Associate Provost for Education Innovation and Student Life.