Student Affairs

Clemson administers the National College Health Assessment


A representative sample of the Clemson student population will be randomly selected to participate in the National College Health Assessment, or NCHA, later this month. This national survey, sponsored and distributed by the American College Health Association (ACHA), is administered at Clemson University biennially and assesses a wide range of health and well-being behaviors. Results are used for continuous improvement of health and well-being support services for students as part of the University’s effort to achieve the No. 1 student experience.

This year’s survey is set to go out on February 26 and will be open until March 15. Students selected to participate will receive an email with a link to the survey in their Clemson account. The NCHA takes about 20-30 minutes to complete and participation is completely voluntary and confidential. Once completed, students will be entered into a random drawing – 50 students will win $20 in Paw Points, and 50 students will win a stainless steel tumbler.

For more information about the NCHA and health/well-being services available to students, visit the Student Health Services website.