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Special thanks to Dr & Mrs. Jeffery Wisch.
Gift designated for funding a 3 tiered program aimed at promoting the success and supporting the needs of students with mental illness.
Some information in this guide was adapted (with permission) from similar information used at Northwestern Business College, Ball State University, University of Virginia, Carthage College, University of St. Thomas.