College students can easily feel anxious trying to juggle school, work, friends, and family while trying to figure out the rest of your life. Most of us bounce back. But frequent, intense, and uncontrollable anxiety that interferes with your daily routines may be a sign of an anxiety disorder. Anxiety Disorders are one of the most common mental health problems on college campuses. Learn the difference between everyday anxiety and an anxiety disorder.
- Created for students, "Glass People illustrates college-age anxiety and the great value of finding professional help. The filmmakers, John Berardo and Brian Frager, are students at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.
Anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental health problems on college campuses. Get the facts.
- A 2011 national survey shows that more than 62 percent of students who withdrew from college with mental health problems did so for that reason.
- See how Melissa, a 22-year-old student, took control of her OCD.
The good news? Most college and university campuses have mental health resources available. Find help on your campus.
Stressed out about exams? Learn how to manage test anxiety.
Add your voice to the conversation about mental health at OK2TALK.
Got Anxiety? Download a brochure.
Guide to College Student Mental Health
Minding Your Mind
Mental Health America - Life on Campus Guide
National Eating Disorders Association
Promoting Student Mental Health
Student Mental Health: A Guide to Identifying Disorders and Promoting Wellness
The Jed Foundation
- Preparing for College Emotionally, Not Just Academically
- Many Grad Students Struggle With Anxiety, Depression
- Most College Students Suffer From Anxiety, It’s Time To Talk About It by ADAA Member Anne Marie Albano, PhD, ABPP
- Anxiety: A College Nightmare?
- College-Aged Adults Face Less Mental Health Stigma
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