Student health survey
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
The College Student Health Survey, a survey-research project of 29 Minnesota colleges, will help shape public health policy and education efforts.
Students completing the 20-minute survey of personal health and health practices will help bring funding to their respective campuses.
A random sample of students has been selected to participate in the survey. E-mails and postcards with unique usernames and passwords have been sent to selected students.
Managed by the University of Minnesota, the survey is gathering St. Cloud State student input through March 29. View a list of participating schools.
Students who complete a survey are eligible for prize drawings. Odds of winning are one in 600 -- or better, according to Boynton Health Service officials at the University of Minnesota.
Questions? Contact Katherine Lust at firstname.lastname@example.org and 612-624-6214. Lust is the survey administrator.