Campus Health Behavior Research
Health Promotion and Wellness Services coordinates annual campus surveys designed to gather detailed information about student behaviors, attitudes, and perceptions surrounding various health issues. This information helps guide the development of health-related policies and programs specifically for the Princeton University community. Surveys collect information on a wide array of college health issues including alcohol use, tobacco and other drugs, sexual behaviors and sexual assault, violence and safety, eating disorders, mental health, health/wellness programs and education, and programs and policy.
Health Promotion and Wellness Services also works collaboratively with the Student Health Advisory Board (SHAB) and the UHS Quality Improvement Committee to improve services for students at Princeton University.