A new law enacted in August 2016 (P.L 2016, c.18) known as the “Madison Holleran Suicide Prevention Act” concerns suicide prevention at institutions of higher education and supplements prior related statutes. It states in pertinent part “An institution of higher education shall have individuals with training and experience in mental health issues who focus on reducing student suicides and attempted suicides available on campus or remotely by telephone or other means for students 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The individuals shall also work with faculty and staff on ways to recognize the warning signs and risk factors associated with student suicide.” The new law also states “No later than 15 days following the beginning of each semester, an institution of higher education shall transmit to each student via electronic mail the contact information of the individuals required pursuant to subsection a. of this section.”