The Kent State University Student Life Study is the largest research project to focus on college student wellness ever conducted in the United States.

Initially funded by Kent State University’s Kent State University’s Research and Economic Development and Department of Psychological Sciences, the Student Life Study aims to better understand protective and risk factors during the critical life transition to college life and then into the workplace.

Information from more than 10,000 students will be analyzed by experts from Kent State University and leading institutions around the nation to generate crucial new insight into the day-to-day experiences of modern college students.

In addition to sharing their experiences, student participants will have the opportunity to build skills in academic success, health, and well-being.

The results of the Student Life Study will provide critical information to current and future studies, family members, health professionals, and university faculty and administration on the best ways to promote student health and success for a lifetime.