Incoming freshmen are mentally exhausted

Tuesday, August 17, 2021
Inside Higher Ed

A new survey finds that incoming first-year students suffer from increased levels of depression, loneliness and hopelessness. The annual Beginning College Survey of Student Engagement found that 53 percent of first-year students reported a substantial increase in mental and emotional exhaustion.

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