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Trends in College Students’ Mental Health
For years, the strain on college students’ mental health has been rising at a concerning pace. Year after year, there only seems to be a higher number of students suffering from depression, anxiety, and other behavioral disorders. Following the overhaul in ways students learn due to the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 40% of students have reportedly expressed anxiety about falling back academically and transitioning back into a pre-pandemic style of learning.

What can colleges and universities do to curb the downward trend in mental health and best assist students as they return to the traditional ways of learning? Join The Chronicle as we host “Trends in College Students’ Mental Health”. Register today to hear insights from mental health leaders addressing the following questions and more:

-What is the current state of mental health amongst college students?
-What looming effects has COVID-19 had on the mental health crisis?
-And what is the future of mental health services on campus?

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Speakers

Kate Hildago Bellows
Staff Reporter @The Chronicle of Higher Education
Sarah Van Orman
Associate Vice Provost, Chief Health Officer, and Clinical Professor @Keck Medicine of University of South California
R. Ryan Patel
Chair Mental Section, Psychiatrist @American College Health Association, The Ohio State University, Office of Student Life, Counseling and Consultation Service
Tierra M. Parsons
Director of Counseling Services @Johnson C. Smith University
Nance Roy, Ed.D.
Chief Clinical Officer @The Jed Foundation