2022 Health and Wellbeing Surveys
Thank you to all Queen’s students who participated in one of three health and wellbeing surveys during February and March 2022.
- Canadian Campus Wellbeing Survey OR
- National College Health Assessment OR
- Canadian Post-Secondary Alcohol & Drugs Survey (Health Canada)
The information gathered will enable Queen’s to get an accurate picture of student health and wellbeing, helping to identify how to best improve the programs and services offered at Queen’s.
Summary reports of the results, in aggregate, will be shared, allowing the campus community (instructors, departments, student services, etc.) to respond to better promote your wellbeing.
For more information, contact email@example.com
NCHA 2019 Student Health and Wellness Survey
From January 28 to February 15, 2019 approximately 40% of Queen's students were randomly selected to complete the Student Health and Wellness Survey administered by the National College Health Association (NCHA).
This slide deck (PDF, 1729 KB) provides a summary of the results.
NCHA 2016 Student Health and Wellness Survey
Queen’s is committed to enhancing student health and wellness.
The university was one of more than 40 Canadian institutions that participated in the National College Health Assessment (NCHA) online survey in February 2016, giving us an up-to-date picture of student health and wellness at Queen’s and across the country.
This slide deck (PDF, 2.7 MB) provides an overview of the 2016 results.
The data is helping us further improve programs and services.
This slide deck (PDF, 8.8MB) provides an overview of Queen's 2013 results.
For more information about the NCHA, contact Kate Humphrys, Health Promotion Coordinator, Student Wellness Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 36712.