Mental-Health Crunch on Campus

By Melissa Korn and Angela Chen Universities are hiring more social workers, psychologists and psychiatrists as demand for campus mental-health services rises. But persistent budget gaps mean that students in some cases foot much of the cost of the positions. Students at George Washington University will be charged an additional $1,667 in tuition next year, a jump of 3.4%. More than $830,000 of the resulting new revenue will pay for mental-health services. Read the full article here: http://www.wsj.com/articles/mental-health-crunch-on-campus-1430082408

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