Many student issues today revolve around the world of social media. Whether that means anxiety around checking your phone, increased FOMO (feeling of missing out), or even cyberbullying. The ways in which students interact with social media can often be unhealthy.
While this may sound like a reason to delete all of your apps, the change doesn’t have to be so drastic! There can be much healthier ways to engage with social media – and ways to use it more critically as well.
The Social Media Use Campaign aims to provide students with some tools to use social media more effectively for their mental health, such as:
- Critical Social Media Comprehension Tips
- Social Media Self-Care Strategies
- Cyberbullying Guidance
To learn more, please visit the Student Affairs website.
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