M.A. Higher Education
Educational Services and Leadership
College of Education
Committee Member 1
Committee Member 2
Rowan Thrive, first year college students, mental health
College students--Services for; College freshmen--Mental health
This study examined how aware first semester college students are about Rowan Thrive, and if students have utilized any of its well-being resources. The study's goal was to determine if students were using this program on campus. This research's main goal is to bring awareness to first year college students about the Rowan Thrive program. This will help students who are experiencing mental health issues. This study found that more students have not utilized Rowan Thrive campus resources during their first semester. The study found that those who did utilize Rowan Thrive campus resources, the three areas utilized were physical, social and community. This research also found that most people heard about Rowan Thrive from daily mail. Additionally, 88.89% of the study's respondents said that they are more willing to utilize Rowan Thrive campus resources in the future. Further research will need to be conducted to find out why some students have not utilized these resources.
Law, Dara, "Campus Resources" (2021). Theses and Dissertations. 2883.