FGLI Thrive™ is an 8-module program rooted in Positive Psychology, Mindfulness, and Self-Compassion specifically designed to help First-Generation Limited-Income students transition to college and thrive. This program provides FGLI students with the tools and resources needed to better manage stress, improve resilience, and thrive throughout their college experience and beyond.
8+ Instructive Experiential
Exercises & Practices
8 End of Module Quizzes
1 End of Program Assessment
Certificate of Completion
Program Content by Module
1. Well-being and Mindset: The Science of Well-being and How to Create Positive Change.
2. Stress and Resilience: How to Harness the Power Within.
3. Mental Health: Dealing with the Tough Times
4. Mindfulness: The Power of Moment-to-Moment Awareness.
5. Self-Compassion: The Importance of Being Kind to Yourself.
6. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Uncovering Biases, Embracing Differences, and Appreciating Commonalities.
7. Relationship to Others: Connecting With Others to Thrive in College and Beyond.
8. Belonging & Relationship to Self: Capitalizing on Your Strengths.
Accessible Design (ADA Compliance), Administrative View for Learner Analytics, All-In-One Calendar, Collaborative Tools and Activities, Completion Reports and Evaluations, Convenient File Management, Detailed Reporting and Logs, Embedded External Resources, Group Management, Modern, Easy To Use Interface, Multimedia Integration, Notifications, Personalized Dashboard, Responsive Design, Secure Authentication, Security and Privacy, Simple and Intuitive Text Editor, Track Progress.
Instructor-Led Wellness Curriculum
For institutions interested in facilitating discussions with their students on the topics covered in the FGLI Thrive™ program, a comprehensive Instructor-Led Wellness Curriculum can be provided for an additional fee. Our Instructor-Led Wellness Curriculum requires no previous content experience and is designed to guide instructors through activities, prompts, discussion questions, and guidance on encouraging interaction among students for maximum retention of program material and fostering a sense of community.