Colleges face legal backlash when they bar students who report suicidal feelings or other serious psychological problems.
One college's officials describe the grief, the duties and the debates after a student took his own life in a highly visible way.
New survey of counseling center directors reveals major concerns about suicides and policies to prevent them.
Experts had hoped that legal fight would offer guidance for other colleges on liability for students with serious mental health problems.
For the first time since Vietnam era, many campuses consider what to do when one of their own dies in a faraway war.
Directors share perspectives on where their profession is going -- and some worry about the trends.
Health professionals ponder the complexities of serving mentally ill students, while protecting their privacy and preventing stigmatization.
Health professionals grapple with daunting statistics and share some strict strategies for preventing campus suicides.
Study finds surprisingly high percentage of students who intentionally cut, burn or otherwise harm themselves.
A push for 24/7 libraries and tech centers leaves some health professionals with wide eyes and worries.
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