Students want help now; they also want to control their privacy; and they want to succeed.
Confirming student voices is the American Psychological Association's recommendation for the use of a universal screening tools, a fancy few words meaning a tool that simply asks a series of questions and provides help in those areas for several people.
Our questionnaire uses a validated measures of psychological distress; portions of other validated surveys; and some survey parts that are research based and being tested here so to help students.
People can use the survey now and share it with friends, parent groups, teachers, organizations, and schools and colleges.
Challenges of students and schools & colleges:
Anxiety and depression have increased since the start of the pandemic
More students are experiencing isolation and suicidal thoughts
75% of all mental health issues arise by the age of 24
Women, minorities, first-generation and other groups still face unique challenges to school and life success
Limited resources offered by schools and colleges
Lack of immediate large scale resources to support vital areas in students' lives
An Effective Solution:
A survey that is backed by empirical studies, confidential, accessible 24/7, and usable by everyone everywhere
If you're here to use the survey as a resource only, please use the link below.
Educators: use it in your syllabi and school orientation processes
Researcher: collaborate with us
Parents: share it with your network and school boards
Also consider making a tax deductible donation!
"The Good Student's pioneering work is sure to empower students everywhere." ―Kare Anderson, Author of Mutuality Matters, TED Speaker, and Emmy-winning NBC journalist
"I highly recommend The Good Student organization that offers the Student Success Survey, which enables students to get immediate support and streamline their journey to school and life success." –Philip Zimbardo, Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Stanford University and Past President of the American Psychological Association