ACHA-NCHA Idaho College Health Assessments
|Congratulations to the following students randomly selected from almost 700 ISU students participating in the Fall 2007 Idaho College Health Assessment:|
|Nanette Nielson won a $150.00 Wells Fargo Visa Gift Card courtesy of the Wellness Center, and the other students each received a $25.00 Wells Fargo Visa Gift Card for their participation.|
The National College Health Assessment (NCHA) is a national research effort organized by the American College Health Association to assist college health service providers, health educators, counselors and administrators in collecting data about their students' habits, behaviors and perceptions on the most prevalent health topics:
- alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use
- sexual health
- weight, nutrition, and exercise
- mental health
- injury prevention, personal safety, and violence
The results of the survey are used to:
- Address a broad range of health risk and protective behavior, consequences of behavior and perception among students.
- Tailor health programs and services specific to the needs of our students.
- Compare health risks and perceptions of Idaho State University students to students across the state and nationally.
This Executive Summary highlights results from the NCHA conducted in Fall 2007 at Idaho State University, consisting of 698 respondents.
The Reference Group Executive Summary highlights results from the NCHA as of Fall 2006 at other colleges and universities, consisting of 23,863 respondents.
This Executive Summary highlights results from the NCHA conducted in Fall 2005 at Idaho State University, consisting of 671 respondents.
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