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COVID-19 has propelled leadership and faculty through several isolation “crash courses”—adding layer after layer of considerations that need to be addressed for the health of students and the entire campus community.
Pensacola State College students and staff will now have free access to 24/7, anonymous online, peer-to-peer mental health community, Togetherall.
With the ability and responsibility to significantly influence their campus community and the world beyond, colleges and universities often discover that various components of their mission are intertwined and working in tandem.
Students at Georgia State University (GSU) will now have free access to Togetherall’s 24/7, online, peer-to-peer mental health community.
Today is a landmark for student mental health. Our service is now available to two million+ students globally, in higher and further education.
Togetherall is delighted to welcome Kirsten Owbridge as the new Head of People.
As an extension of its existing relationship with ProtoCall Services for after-hours campus counseling center coverage, Oregon State University (OSU) recently announced that it will be providing its students with free access to Togetherall.
Togetherall has partnered with a leading health simulation company – Kognito – which offers skill-building simulations that promote safe and healthy campuses.
Students at Rasmussen College will now have free access to Togetherall’s 24/7, online, peer-to-peer mental health community.
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