According to Brian Pivik, content manager for “Peterson’s Blog,” lack of money is one of the biggest reasons students leave school. It ends up costing too much or students find themselves having to get a full-time job to save up for college.
Emotional support animals, a growing demographic among universities nationwide, have taken up a role in the lives of students with diagnosed psychiatric disabilities — as residents of dorm rooms.
Good health is essential to students’ success while at the university and throughout their life, which is why FIU Student Health Services (SHS) is committed to providing Panthers with quality health services, which will allow them to thrive both academically and personally.
More and more people are attending college, but due to the many emotional, financial, and personal stresses, psychological distress has increased, and today’s students lack the coping skills to succeed independently.
Some individuals, especially those in the developing stages going all the way through college, can be truly affected by being body shamed.
FIU is a diverse community and our students come from all different walks of life, have different experiences and different lifestyles. This is why students should take the time to learn, understand and respect the different situations members of our Panther family are facing, such as mental health disorders.
Diego Rodriguez/Contributing Writer “We could probably do our taxes ourselves, but we don’t seem to think that it’s weak to hire an accountant” said Kate…
Elena Guerra/Contributing Writer The campus saying “college can make you feel like an alien” is the reason why the Counseling and Psychological Services at FIU…
Jasmine Casimir // Assistant Sports Director When a student athlete’s health is talked about, most will think of the person’s physical condition, and their mental…
Every year, incoming college students are warned about depression. Though they are never told the different ways there are to deal with it and feel better.