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UNC-Chapel Hill CANCELS CLASSES after police investigate reported suicides

Read the full article by Lucille Sherman HERE.


The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) states:
  • More than 45 percent of young adults who stopped attending college because of mental health related reasons did not request accommodations.
  • 50 percent of them did not access mental health services and supports either.
  • Overall, 40 percent of students with diagnosable mental health conditions did not seek help.
  • 57 percent of them did not request accommodations from their school.
  • Concern of stigma is the number one reason students do not seek help.

According to Psychology Today:

So now we’re up to a bit over $1 million for mental health treatment and prevention combined, or approximately $70 per student. This is about $1 for every $400 of total institutional expenditures on college students.

According to SFL, having student mental health be a .0025% line item within a university budget is bullshit.