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Campus Well-Being Post-Pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated already-growing levels of anxiety and distress among college students. Recent surveys have shown disturbing new trends: anxiety disorders have doubled since 2008; and in a survey over the summer, 25 percent of 18- to 24 year-olds had considered suicide within the previous 30 days. As uncertainty and upheaval continue to dominate the headlines — and the lives of young people — how can colleges respond?

To gain a deeper understanding of the mental-health issues today’s college students face and examine what higher-ed leaders are doing to help, The Chronicle will host a panel of experts for a virtual forum. Questions they will explore include:
- What steps are colleges taking to serve their distressed students?
- How are colleges tackling the challenge of this growing health crisis?
- What can colleges do to position students for the post-pandemic reality?

- Sharon Mitchell is the senior director of student wellness and director of counseling services at the University at Buffalo
- Tre Moss is a senior at the University of Dubuque
- Carlota Ocampo is provost at Trinity Washington University in Washington, D.C.
- Stephanie Pinder-Amaker is the chief diversity, equity, and inclusion officer and founding director of the College Mental Health Program at McLean Hospital
- Victor Schwartz is CEO for Mind Strategies LLP

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