Campus Wellness Data

It is a goal of the Wellness Network to collect and analyze relevant data to identify University needs, assets, benchmarks, and trends in the areas of health and wellness. Below are resources that are currently available. Check back on this page for future wellness assessment tools and data being gathered.

Wellness Network 2016 Report on Student Health

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Student Health Behavior Report Card - 2016

UT Austin Spring 2016 National College Health Assessment (NCHA) Executive Summary

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UT-Austin's Fall 2015 National College Health Assessment (ACHA) Executive Summary.

Suggested citation for this document:
American College Health Association. American College Health Association-National College Health Assessment II: University of Texas Austin Executive Summary Spring 2016. Hanover, MD: American College Health Association; 2016.

Student Health at a Glance: A Review of UT's National College Health Assessment Data (March 2016 Brown Bag Lunch Presentation).

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Student Health at a Glance: A Review of UT’s National College Health Assessment Data Susan Kirtz, MPH Health Promotion Coordinator University Health Services

Wellness Network Spring 2013 Member Engagement Survey

involvement limited by pie chart - 74% job school time constraints, 22% unsure of contribution, 13% lack of topic interest, 9% lack of supervisor support, 39% other - Types of events pie chart - 48% all-member lunch meeting, 36% committee meeting, 43% work group meeting, 23% none of these

involvement level - 52% more involved, 45% no change, 2% less involved - wellness network pie chart - 34% less than 6 months, 16% 6 months to one year, 41% 1-3 years, 5% 4-6 years, 5% more than 7 years

primary role - 16% students, 7% faculty, 41% Division of student affairs, 36% other

4 Tips for Faculty to Support Student Success

23percent of c students say theat they got a lower grade on an exam or projec because of internet use/computer games - alcohol concumption is related to academic performance. 74 percent of A student drank moderately or not at all the last eime they partied. - less thatn 4 percent of students report getting enough sleep to feel rested during the past week. Naps can help. - students who report higher levels of stress get worse grades

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