Call Number: Erie North Library LB2345.3.R37 C36 2016
A practical guide to prevention of and response to sexual assault on college campuses, this invaluable resource will help ensure Title IX compliance--and can also help reduce the incidence of these all-too-prevalent events. * Explores the psychological dimensions of campus sexual assault as it affects emotional health, physical health, career development, and self-concept * Integrates three main perspectives often lacking in other books on the topic--legal, social science, and human resource management * Includes first-person experiences through interviews with students, scholars, and attorneys * Offers practical recommendations for preventative approaches as well as recommendations for investigation procedures * Provides sample policies and training programs
Call Number: Erie North Library RC451.4.S7 M68 2018
Did you know that one of four college students was diagnosed with a mental health disorder in the last year? College students are experiencing anxiety, depression, alcohol abuse, and other mental health issues at alarming rates in a landscape of growing academic, social, and financial pressures. As a college mental health psychiatrist for over two decades and a mother of two twenty-somethings, Marcia Morris has witnessed the ways problems can derail students from their goals, while parent interventions at critical junctures can help get students back on track. The Campus Cure: A Parent Guide to Mental Health and Wellness for College Students is a first aid guide to your child's emotional health, preparing you to handle the mental health problems and emotional ups and downs many young adults experience in college.
Call Number: Erie South Library LC4818.38 .M67 2014
How do you know which college is right for you? What happens if you don't get on with your roommate? And what on earth is the Greek system all about? As a university student with High-Functioning Autism, Haley Moss offers essential tips and advice in this insider's guide to surviving the Freshman year of college. Chatty, honest and full of really useful information, Haley's first-hand account of the college experience covers everything students with Autism Spectrum Disorders need to know. She talks through getting ready for college, dorm life and living away from parents, what to expect from classes, professors and exams, and how to cope in new social situations and make friends. This book is a must-read for all students on the autism spectrum who are about to begin their first year of college, parents and teachers who are helping them prepare, and college faculty and staff.
Call Number: Erie North Library LB1062.6 .L47 2017
From the professors who teach NYU's most popular elective class, "Science of Happiness," a fun, comprehensive guide to surviving and thriving in college and beyond. Every year, almost 4,000,000 students begin their freshman year at colleges and universities nationwide. Most of them will sleep less and stress out a whole lot more. By the end of the year, 30% of those freshmen will have dropped out. For many, the unforeseen demands of college life are so overwhelming that "the best four years of your life" can start to feel like the worst. Enter Daniel Lerner and Dr. Alan Schlechter, ready to teach students how to not only survive college, but flourish in it. Filled with fascinating science, real-life stories, and tips for building positive lifelong habits, U Thrive addresses the opportunities and challenges every undergrad will face -- from finding a passion to dealing with nightmarish roommates and surviving finals week. Engaging and hilarious, U Thrive will help students grow into the happy, successful alums they all deserve to be.