JedCampus was an online self-assessment survey program that was designed to help colleges explore and enhance their campus mental health and suicide prevention programming.
NOTE: On January 14, 2014, The Jed Foundation and the Clinton Foundation Health Matters Initiative Announced a new program, The Jed and Clinton Health Matters Campus Program (Campus Program). The Campus Program is designed to help colleges and universities promote emotional wellbeing and mental health programming, reduce substance abuse, and prevent suicide among 18-to-26 year-olds.
Prior to the Campus Program, the JedCampus seal was awarded to schools that exhibited comprehensive mental health promotion and suicide prevention programming, based upon evaluation of the school’s survey responses against the Jed Foundation’s recommended practices in mental health programming. A school's survey responses to us and our feedback reports are confidential.
JedCampus Seal Recipients
The Jed Foundation is pleased to announce the JedCampus seal recipients. These schools have shown their commitment to providing comprehensive mental health programming to their student body. We hope you join us in congratulating them for this accomplishment.
California State University, Chico
Gateway Community College
Marymount Manhattan College
Mount Wachusett Community College
New York University
Pennsylvania State University, Altoona
Sacred Heart University
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
St. Cloud State University
Stevens Institute of Technology
Texas State University
The Ohio State University
Three Rivers Community College
University at Albany, SUNY
University of Akron
University of Arizona
University of Kentucky
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
University of South Carolina
University of Southern California
University of the Sciences
University of West Georgia
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
What is a JedCampus
The JedCampus seal was awarded to schools that exhibited comprehensive mental health promotion and suicide prevention programming, based upon evaluation of the school’s survey responses compared to The Jed Foundation’s recommended practices in mental health programming. This recognition of a school’s commitment to the emotional wellbeing of its campus will remain valid for two years.
The JedCampus seal shows students, their families and others that the school displaying the seal has voluntarily submitted a self-assessment survey response that is consistent with The Jed Foundation’s recommended best practices in mental health programming.
As noted above, The Jed Foundation awarded the JedCampus seal based upon a review of a school’s self-assessment survey response - The Jed Foundation does not conduct an independent audit or review of the school’s programming. The JedCampus program is voluntary. Parents and prospective students should independently review the mental health resources of an intended school to ensure they meet their particular needs. The JedCampus seal does not guarantee that mental health outcomes at a JedCampus will be better than at a school without a seal. The Jed Foundation is not liable to any person for damages of any nature arising in any way from the use of this information.