Reasons for joining the National Consortium for Building Healthy Academic Communities

  • Ability to share evidence-based practices and benchmarking data to enhance health and wellness in students, faculty and staff from academic communities

  • Opportunities to participate in nationwide research and project evaluations

  • Access to data sets generated by the consortium

  • Setting national standards for academic health and wellness

  • Serving as a resource for the effective health and wellness programming at American colleges and universities

  • Networking and collaborating with academic leaders from across the country

  • Bi-annual forum: Building Healthy Academic Communities National Summit

  • Quarterly webinars and educational opportunities for sharing best practices

  • Opportunity to participate on the consortium's membership board 

  • Invitation to serve on committees and taskforces

  • Special recognition with institutional logo on the consortium’s website and in other major communications materials, including special reports, articles, presentations, conferences and e-newsletters

  • Periodic features on the consortium website and/or in e-newsletters