Increasing communication, awareness and education are just a few of the ways the Active Minds at Rutgers is working to change the conversation about mental health on campus. The purpose of the group is to promote mental wellness and to ensure that those struggling with mental health are aware that they are not alone, said Austin Wong, president of Active Minds and a School of Environmental and Biological Sciences senior. “It is especially important to be aware of mental wellness because college stressors definitely play a part in students’ overall well-being," Wong said. Active Minds at Rutgers serves as a liaison between students and the mental health community by providing information about available resources, according to the organization's website. “During club meetings, I usually brief members on upcoming events that they can participate in.