The Healthy Minds Network is one of the nation’s premier research organizations contributing to adolescent and young adult mental health.  HMN is dedicated to improving the mental and emotional well-being of young people through innovative, multidisciplinary scholarship.  HMN spans coast to coast with our principal investigators at the University of California-Los Angeles, the University of Michigan, Wayne State University, and Boston University. Our network proudly serves as a resource for secondary and post-secondary education administrators, students, researchers, clinicians, policy-makers, and the greater public.  

For 15 years, the network has administered the Healthy Minds Study, a population-level survey of post-secondary student mental health, collecting over half a million responses from students at more than 450 colleges and universities. The network’s research efforts have expanded into other facets of mental health in educational settings, including the role and health of faculty and staff.

Interest Form - HMS Student Survey and HMS Faculty/Staff Survey

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Our Approach
Taking a public health approach, HMN focuses on three
primary objectives; producing knowledge (research),
distributing knowledge (dissemination), and using
knowledge (practice).
The Healthy Minds Study
The Healthy Minds Study (HMS) is an annual web-based survey examining mental health, service utilization, and related issues among undergraduate and graduate students. HMS has been fielded at over 450 colleges and universities, with over half a million survey respondents.
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Healthy Minds Writing Lab
The goal of the Writing Lab is to encourage and facilitate the analysis and publication of data from the Healthy Minds Study (HMS) and the Healthy Minds Study for Secondary Schools (HMS2). We invite all researchers, regardless of experience, to join us!
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School Mental Health Research Symposium
This annual symposium brings together key stakeholders interested in research on student mental health. The symposium aims to foster collaboration and strengthen the link between research and practice.
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Return on Investment

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Data Interface

Explore data from the Healthy Minds Study

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Our team will provide guidance related to research ideas, data, and academic manuscripts.

Recent Publications

Check out recent publications using Healthy Minds data

HMN + ACHA COVID Report

A collaborative report that summarizes findings related to the impact of COVID-19 on college student well-being

College Student Mental Health
Action Toolkit

A resource intended to support student mental health advocacy efforts

HMS Winter 2021
National Data Report

A public report summarizing data collected with the Healthy Minds Study in the Winter of 2021