Our live briefing will cover the essential elements of wellbeing and the data from the UCLA Study. But it will also cover the underserved religiously affiliated students. The research discussed will highlight methods through which universities might take further steps to support all students on campus, will highlight the important of policies that might affect these students, and will speak to the need for higher education professionals to consider religious, secular, and spiritual diversity work on their campus.
Participants attending this live briefing should expect to learn more about the connections between mental health and religious practice as well as a working definition of wellbeing. Additionally, takeaways will include methods that student affairs professionals might employ to enhance campus climate for marginalized religiously affiliated students.