15 November 2023 | in FISU Healthy Campus
FISU has unveiled the second edition of Healthy Campus Best Practices, a publication that features approximately 200 best practices drawn from institutions that have earned the prestigious Healthy Campus label.
FISU’s commitment to enhancing knowledge and promoting well-being within Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) is showcased in this precious resource.
At the heart of FISU’s core mission of advancing the “health and well-being of students”, the Healthy Campus programme has emerged as a valuable and practical tool for universities seeking to invest in the well-being of their academic communities.
This initiative aligns universities with FISU’s guidelines, fostering a culture of well-being within campuses. To date, an impressive 130 educational institutions have embraced this programme, striving for excellence in student well-being.
The remarkable achievements of universities participating in the Healthy Campus programme bring immense satisfaction to FISU. Rectors, Vice-Chancellors, and Presidents of these institutions regularly share their results, highlighting the positive impact of their efforts.
These achievements are not only a source of pride but also a testament to the power of collaboration and shared objectives in enhancing well-being within the higher education community.
As FISU unveils the “Healthy Campus Best Practices 2021/2022” it’s essential to express gratitude to the dedicated Healthy Campus teams across universities. Their unwavering commitment and invaluable contributions have been instrumental in shaping a brighter future for students, staff, professors, and institutions alike. The progress made in promoting well-being within campus communities is a collective effort that reflects the spirit of collaboration and shared values.
FISU’s commitment to advancing the health and well-being of students through the Healthy Campus initiative is commendable. This document presented now by FISU not only showcases the best practices from universities but also serves as a source of inspiration for the global higher education community.
As more institutions embrace the Healthy Campus programme, the future of well-being in higher education looks promising, driven by a shared commitment to creating healthier, happier campus communities.
The Healthy Campus Best Practices 2021/2022 can be consulted here