There may not be a time in life that is riper with both challenges and opportunities than college. While students can look forward to new friendships and experiences to be engaged, learn, and grow, data shows that levels of stress and depression on campuses are at an all-time high. In brief, what was once thought of as the “four best years of your life” is increasingly being thought of as the “four worst”. Enter Positive Psychology, the science of how people, cultures, and institutions thrive. While traditional psychology is often thought of as addressing what is “wrong” with us, Positive Psychology is focused on us at our best. Research shows that students who are primed with positive emotions tend to have better memory retention, are more creative, and score higher on standardized tests. Positive relationships are strongly correlated with lower levels of stress and higher levels of resilience on campuses. Incorporating an individual’s strengths of character in school or work makes that person almost 10 times more likely to be engaged in the classroom or the workplace. From meaning to willpower, accomplishment to passion, or a myriad of others, the diverse array of topics under the umbrella of Positive Psychology increase our levels of well-being in life and success in the classroom.