With 1,049 participants and 142,093 points, Memorial University has won first place in the MoodCheck Challenge. Memorial will receive a $1,500 donation to be used toward a campus mental wellness initiative.
Approximately 1,650 students from across Atlantic Canada participated in the MoodCheck Challenge from March 14-25.
Memorial University is currently in the lead with 954 participants and 56,498 points. Let’s keep this momentum going!
Our progress last week
- Monday, March 14: 393 team members and 7,210 points
- Tuesday, March 15: 447 team members and 9,954 points
- Wednesday, March 16: 718 team members and 24,160 points
- Thursday, March 17: 819 team members and 32,282 points
- Friday, March 18: 940 team members and 49,717 points
On Tuesday, March 15 at 12:30 p.m., Memorial University is hosting a MoodCheck Challenge launch event.
Similar to a “tweetup,” students are invited to meet at The Landing in the University Centre to collectively check-in on the MoodCheck app and tweet about the challenge with the hashtag #moodcheckchallenge.
Refreshments and music will set the tone for a celebration of students, faculty and staff coming together to support mental health and wellness on campus.
Students at nine universities across Atlantic Canada are checking their moods this March.
From March 14-25, students at participating universities are encouraged to use the MoodCheck app to track their moods. Twice a day, at random times, their phone will prompt them to check in and enter their mood, the activity they are taking part in, where they are, and who they are with.
The list of Atlantic Canadian universities participating in the MoodCheck Challenge will be announced on March 10. Stay tuned!