National College Health Assessment (NCHA) 2021

NCHA

 

Have you heard about the National College Health Assessment (NCHA) Survey? Your response is important to us! San Francisco State University depends on guidance from students like you.

Make an impact for current and future students by taking the NCHA Survey, which will be used to develop new wellness programs and services that are meaningful for our campus.

Why should I take the survey?

The NCHA Survey is the only large scale health assessment that guides programming, resources, and services of the student health fee. Sharing your experience makes it possible for the campus to use the student health fee to create programs and services that represent your community’s needs and wants. The NCHA is administered every 2-3 years across the CSU system at the same time and covers a wide range of topics from mental health, sexual health, substance use, basic needs, and sexual violence.

How do I take the survey?

The NCHA Survey will open on Monday, February 22, 2021, and will close on Friday, March 12, 2021. Students are randomly selected and will receive an email invitation from Andrew Carrillo, President of Associated Students’ Board of Directors & Karen Boyce, Director of Health Promotion & Wellness.

If you are selected to take the survey, please follow these steps:

  • Open your SFSU Email
  • Search for An Invitation for [Your Name] from Andrew Carrillo, President of Associated Students’ Board of Directors & Karen Boyce, Director of Health Promotion & Wellness at San Francisco State
  • Access your individualized link from the email
  • Take the entire survey

Are there incentives to complete the survey?

In appreciation for participating, each student who completes the survey by the March 12th, 2021 deadline will be automatically entered in an opportunity drawing. We will be giving away:

  • 1 SF State semester tuition (worth $3,700)
  • 3 SF State tuition payments (worth $1,000 each)
  • 30 Amazon gift cards (worth $100 each)
  • 2 iPads (10.2 inch, 128 GB with WiFi)

I have additional questions. Who can I contact?

For additional questions, please email hpw@sfsu.edu.