The Huffington Post examines the various measures that universities are implementing to raise awareness about the importance of sleep.

The University of Alaska-Anchorage hosted its own event Saturday to help students learn tips about how to make small changes to improve their sleep habits.

At Georgetown University, the school has for the past several years put up posters on campus reminding students to take care of themselves, both physically and mentally. Earlier this semester, they displayed posters reminding students to get some shut eye.

“It’s about, ‘How can I thrive and do well in this environment and also take care myself,'” Laura Marcucci, Social Norms Program Coordinator at Georgetown’s Student Health Services, told HuffPost.

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