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KOGNITO AT-RISK FOR STUDENTS

 

Kognito At-Risk is a 30 minute game-based training that will help you:

o   identify when a friend or classmate is in distress

o   approach and discuss your concern with the friend

o   know where to go for help if the problem is bigger than you and your friend can handle on your own

 

Click here to access Kognito.

Use enrollment key: hunter214

 

Kognito At-Risk FAQ:

 

What is Kognito At-Risk?

Kognito At-Risk is an online game-based simulation program that is designed to help students identify, connect with, and assist friends or classmates who may be in emotional distress. In essence, Kognito allows you the opportunity to practice having difficult conversations with fellow students around issues of mental health so that you can respond  with sensitivity and compassion in real life.

 

How does Kognito Work?

Students play the role of "Jesse" who has some concerns about his friends. After observing his friends in a number of social situations taking place over the course of a semester, students must indicate which of Jesse's friends they are most concerned about. They then engage in a conversation with this friend about their concerns. Kognito takes approximately 30 minutes to complete and can be done in multiple sessions as needed.

 

How is this relevant to me?

As a Hunter College student, chances are that you or someone you know has been impacted by emotional distress, mental health difficulties or even suicide. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide is consistently the 2nd or 3rd leading cause of death among college students. A 2009 national research study suggested that more that half of Hunter students may have experienced mental health concerns at some point in their lives. More than a quarter of students surveyed reported having seriously considered suicide, and of those, more than 1 in 5 reported thoughts of suicide within the last year.

 

What do I do if I need help for myself or a friend right now?

Call 212 772.4931 or visit Counseling Services in 1123E. Counseling Services is open M-F 9am-5pm. For on-campus emergencies or assistance after 5pm, call Public Safety: 212.772.4444

If this is an emergency and you, or the student about whom you are concerned, are off campus, dial 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.

 

I'm having technical difficulties, who can I contact?

If you are running into technical difficulties, check that you are using a supported browser and operating system. Also, be sure that you have allowed pop-ups as the training will launch in a separate window. If this does not resolve your problem please contact: support@kognito.com


 

 


Contact Us


WELLNESS SERVICES: 
Health Services

healthandwellness@hunter.cuny.edu
t: 212.772.4800
f: 212.650.3254 or 212.396.6703
Room 307, Hunter North

WELLNESS SERVICES: 
Health Promotion & Education

healthed@hunter.cuny.edu
t: 212.772.4909
Room 307, Hunter North

COUNSELING SERVICES

personalcounseling@hunter.cuny.edu
t: 212.772.4931
Room 1123, Hunter East


For assistance after 6:00 pm, or in the case of an on-campus emergency, please call
Public Safety at 212.772.4444
. In the case of an off-campus emergency, call 911.

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