Revamping Academic Integrity and Mental Health Initiatives for International Students

Supporting International Students on Campus: Part II

Topics: Student Affairs, International Students, Special Populations, Student Experience, Academic Integrity and Student Conduct, Student Health and Wellness, Mental Health and Counseling

This is a preview of restricted content.

  • If you are an EAB member, please log in.
  • If you are logged in and still see this message, the content is outside your membership portfolio, and we invite you to learn more by contacting us.
  • If you are not an EAB member and wish to learn more, please contact us.

About the Presentation

The second in a three-part series, this presentation focuses on two areas of particular significance for supporting international students: academic integrity and mental health. Research shows that international students face an array of both academic and personal challenges as a result of language barriers and feelings of isolation or anxiety.

At the same time, many don’t take advantage of resources like academic support and counseling centers because of stigma and other barriers to access. This presentation offers best practices for academic integrity and mental health initiatives uniquely catered to this growing student segment.

Presenter: Molly O'Connor