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JED Campus Initiative


The University of Nebraska-Lincoln partnered with the JED Campus program in 2018 to begin a four-year project to enhance student health and well-being efforts on campus. Through this program, Nebraska seeks to strengthen and build comprehensive systems, programs and policies to support student mental health, substance abuse and suicide prevention efforts.

View the JED Strategic Plan
A group portrait of the JED team


  • August 2018
    • Joined JED Campus
  • November 2018
    • Healthy Minds Survey administered
  • December 2018
    • Campus baseline assessment completed
  • March 2019
    • Committee formed and strategic planning initiated
  • August 2019
    • Established Step UP! Bystander Intervention Training for the campus
  • September 2019
    • Husker Student Power Belonging Survey launched
  • October 2019
    • Nebraska reaches 1,500 trained suicide prevention gatekeepers
  • January 2020
    • JED Campus website introduced
  • March 2020
    • New position created with Fraternity & Sorority Life and Big Red Resilience & Well-being to promote well-being
  • April 2020
    • Question, Persuade and Refer (QPR) offered instead of in-person REACH training
  • July 2020
    • Fraternity and sorority new members encouraged to complete ScreenU for alcohol
  • September 2020
    • ASUN launched initiative to support student mental health and well-being
  • November 2020
    • Well-being button placed on all Canvas pages for faculty, staff and students
  • February 2021
    • Well-being Network formed taking the place of the Well-being Collaboratives
  • April 2021
    • JED Campus Team prepared for students return after the pandemic
    • Suicide prevention display added to College of Business and on East Campus in Filley Hall