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13-4-2021 4:00 PM

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13-4-2021 7:00 PM

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As stress levels rise and increasing amounts of students seek help, this article strives to define the areas that affect students the most while suggesting possible implementation strategies that are proven to be effective in reducing these factors. Qualitative interviews and PhotoVoice were used for data collection. Results were analyzed through a transcription and coding process. Recommendations are made within the article to suggest possible implementation strategies proven to reduce stress within the areas of college student wellbeing. The overall findings of the study suggest that college students, regardless of organizational involvement, focus on mental, physical and social wellness more heavily than any other dimension.

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Faculty Sponsor: Elizbeth Spradley (Languages, Culture and Communication)

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Apr 13th, 4:00 PM Apr 13th, 7:00 PM

The Study of Wellbeing in College Students Involved in Organizations: A Qualitative Research Analysis

As stress levels rise and increasing amounts of students seek help, this article strives to define the areas that affect students the most while suggesting possible implementation strategies that are proven to be effective in reducing these factors. Qualitative interviews and PhotoVoice were used for data collection. Results were analyzed through a transcription and coding process. Recommendations are made within the article to suggest possible implementation strategies proven to reduce stress within the areas of college student wellbeing. The overall findings of the study suggest that college students, regardless of organizational involvement, focus on mental, physical and social wellness more heavily than any other dimension.