Most surveys take just a few minutes and are conducted online. Watch your email inbox for survey announcements.
ACHA conducts several surveys on a variety of issues in order to have accurate data about the health of college students. Explore below to see data from past surveys and to find out how you can participate.
The ACHA-NCHA is a nationally recognized research survey that
provides precise data about students’ health habits, behaviors, and
perceptions. College students are a diverse yet distinct
population with specific health risks and needs. Having current,
relevant data about your students’ health can only help you to enhance
campuswide health promotion and prevention services. Click below to
find out how you can participate in the survey or to download published
articles and comprehensive data reports of the results from the
This annual survey collects data about sexual and reproductive health
services on college campuses and serves as an important benchmarking
tool regarding management strategies and data collection, as well as a
means to assess educational efforts and compare health center services.
ACHA developed and administered several surveys to collect critical data to assist in the study of the COVID-19 pandemic event. The results included in the reports represent a snapshot of the college health services' operating status and response at the time the surveys were conducted.
Because having accurate data about the health of college students is
an important goal for ACHA, the association conducts several surveys on a
variety of issues. Data from most of these surveys is provided to
members so that they can use the data to improve their health services.
As a member, you can participate in these surveys that add to the
knowledge base on student health services.