The American Freshman: National Norms Fall 2016

Revisits the continued decline in how incoming freshmen rate their mental and emotional well-being, and consider differences by disability or medical condition (e.g., chronic illness, ADHD). The report highlights particular subgroups of college students that have gone understudied. In particular, it examines the pre-college experiences, goals, and characteristics of transgender students, students who lived as part of the foster care system or as a dependent of the court since turning 13 years old, and students who have an affiliation with the U.S. military.

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