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NEDA releases Collegiate Survey Project Results!
The Collegiate Survey Project, which was approved by Pace University’s Institutional Review Board, finds that greater funding and resources are needed on college campuses to educate, screen and treat students struggling with eating disorders. In the study, respondents (campus service provider representatives) at 165 participating colleges and universities provided information on eating disorder-related programs and services, including: campus screening and awareness events; educational programs and workshops; counseling services; academic classes or programs; residence life and peer advisor programs; athlete services; and informational resources, such as articles, websites and pamphlets.
To read the full study results, download the directory of college programs and services, or connect with colleagues involved in eating disorder-related program and service development/implementation on campus, visit the Collegiate Survey Project homepage.