SCoRE®: Instructor-Led
SCoRE: Instructor-Led
Delivered in person.
SCoRE: Instructor-Led gives colleges and universities everything needed to teach SCoRE, including instructor training, implementation tips, and program evaluation tools. All course materials are accessible from the SCoRE website.
About SCoRE: Instructor-Led

SCoRE® (Student Curriculum on Resilience Education®) is a research-based resilience program designed specifically for college students. SCoRE helps students cope with the personal, social, and academic challenges of college life by providing practical information and strategies to:

  • Manage stress
  • Develop healthy relationships
  • Maintain a healthy body and mind
  • Achieve success in college and in life

SCoRE: Instructor-Led is designed to be delivered through a combination of in-person sessions and online questionnaires completed by students. The program is available to colleges and universities and aligns well with many common college campus programs and initiatives, including:

  • First-year experience
  • Freshman orientation
  • Counseling
  • Wellness
  • Student retention

An online version of SCoRE is also available. Learn more

SCoRE offers many benefits colleges and universities as well as students. Learn more

SCoRE: Instructor-Led Makes Teaching Resilience Easy and Effective

Instructor Manual
Guidelines for teaching SCoRE, including lesson scripts to lead in-class activities and discussions.
Personalized Reports
Personalized feedback to online questionnaires for self-assessment of resilience strengths and vulnerabilities.
Student Course Book
All in-class materials and at-home assignments, including resilience-building exercises to practice skills learned in class.
Resilience Resources
A searchable database of resilience links, including extracurricular opportunities and counseling resources at your college or university.
Instructor training
Multimedia training course for certification and continuing education credit.
Web-Based Support
Administrative tools for colleges and universities to support program implementation and evaluation.