- Associated Press - Wednesday, March 13, 2019

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - This year’s higher education summit in New Hampshire is exploring the issue of mental health on college campuses.

Discussion will focus on what programs colleges should offer and enhance to benefit students who may seek counseling and treatment while they are enrolled. Health and education experts will take questions and offer advice.

The summit scheduled Friday in Concord at the Grappone Conference Center is aiming to improve enrollment, encourage New Hampshire high school graduates to choose colleges and universities in the state, and deepen connections with area businesses.

Education writer Jeff Selingo will give a keynote speech.

The summit is co-sponsored by the New Hampshire College & University Council, Campus Compact for New Hampshire, and GEAR UP New Hampshire.



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