2018–2019 ASHMC Student Philanthropy Campaign
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Date: February 6–22, 2019
Campaign Priority: Subsidizing Specialized Student Mental Health Services
What will funds raised for this priority contribute to?
- For every $1,000 raised, the fund towards specialized individual mental health service interventions could provide either:
- 6 out-of-pocket sessions with a specialized provider (not a general therapist practitioner).
- 50 therapy copays for students with insurance who cannot afford the $20 per session copay.
- 50 medication copays for students with insurance who cannot afford the $20 per session copay.
- 50 transportation subsidies of up to $20 for students who have insurance but cannot afford the transportation to their in-network providers.
- 1 expensive psychoeducational test that is used to diagnose ADHD/ADD.
- The fund can also be used to reduce fees/cost for community resources for students who do not have mental health coverage or are worried about their parents’ knowledge of them seeking help.
The copays specified here are those from the SHIP health plan used by many Harvey Mudd students. For students not using SHIP, the cost of the copay may differ.
Specialized Mental Health services can cost around $150-175 per hour. This fund may cover all or some portion of this depending on the needs of the student involved. Currently, HMC funds counselors to be on campus 30 hours a week (via ARC Counseling). These services are available to students free of charge and are a supplement to the services available to students at Monsour. However, availability and wait times have been concerns since these hours are booked and there is a long waitlist. This fund is meant to supplement the resources already available to Harvey Mudd students, meeting the needs that are not met by other offerings like the ARC hours.
Note: In past years, when a similar priority has been chosen, the fund has been fully utilized.
The overall Harvey Mudd student participation goal is 55 percent.
Dorm Participation Contest: The top three dorms who reach the highest percent participation in the campaign will receive funding* toward dorm community building and/or wellness initiatives.
*Funding for these prizes is generously provided by the Alumni Association Board of Governors (AABOG).
ASHMC Student Philanthropy Committee
- Kanishk Tantia ’19 (Co-Director)
- Kyle Grace ’21 (Co-Director)
- Gabe Bessler ’20
- Piper Langer Weida ’21
- Lindsay Popowski ’21
- Natalia Hernandez ’22
Dorm Philanthropy Representatives
- Atwood Dorm –
- Case Dorm –
- Drinkward Dorm –
- East Dorm –
- Linde Dorm –
- North Dorm –
- Sontag Dorm –
- South Dorm –
- West Dorm –
Volunteer with SPC!
Complete the sign-up form if you would like to volunteer to help with the Student Philanthropy Campaign. Volunteers will help with tabling, reaching out to your dorm and/or class, and collecting gifts to support the campaign.