Course facilitates the development of skills to enhance wellbeing and academic success. It focuses on the day-to-day self-management required to function positively as a student, teaching skills such as goal setting, or social-emotional learning.
- 90% of students who took the course feel significantly more confident in their abilities and their capacity to self-manage physical health, emotional health, and academic performance.
- All students reported to have: successfully acquired new skills; enhanced confidence and personal control; and increased social and peer support among others.
- After demonstrating success of the course, Leah Goodman was hired to continue teaching it at the University.