PAC 12

May 20th, 2019 | by CollegeAD
PAC 12
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May 20, 2019 – At its annual Spring meeting held today in San Francisco, the Pac-12 CEO Group approved measures to support student-athletes and to enhance Pac-12 men’s basketball program performance. Pac-12 Student-Athlete Health & Well-Being Initiative Extended for 5 Years, with $1.1M Annually to be Earmarked to Support On-Campus Mental Health Services. Following support from the Pac-12 Council and Pac-12 Athletic Directors at their meetings earlier this month, the CEO Group voted to extend the annual $3.6M of funding to the Student-Athlete Health & Well-Being Initiative for a period of 5 years with a review of the program after 3 years.  Additionally, the CEO Group voted to significantly increase to $1.1M annually the portion of funding to on-campus mental health services to provide more support to this critical area of need.  The annual investment of $1.1M will be provided through the Conference’s leading Student-Athlete Health & Well-Being Initiative directly to the Conference’s 12 member schools and will go toward additional campus resource to directly support student-athletes in need. – Read More

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