Survey: Student mental health is top concern for college, university presidents

The mental health of students is the top concern of college and university presidents, according to a recent survey by the American Council on Education.

About 300 presidents participated in the survey, which was conducted in September. Following the mental health of students (53 percent), the next two major concerns are long-term financial viability (43 percent) and the mental health of faculty and staff (42 percent).

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