Share of U.S. college students with select diagnoses as of fall 2019

In 2019, around 23.5 percent of college or university students surveyed in the United States reported they had been diagnosed with anxiety at some point in their life. This statistic shows the percentage of college students in the U.S. who reported having ever been diagnosed by a healthcare or mental health professional with select ongoing or chronic conditions, as of fall 2019.

Percentage of college students in the U.S. who had ever been diagnosed with select conditions, as of fall 2019*

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Source

Release date

March 2020

Region

United States

Survey time period

Fall 2019

Number of respondents

38,282 students

Age group

18 years and older

Special properties

58 schools

Supplementary notes

* Number of valid responses range from 36,029 to 38,282 depending on condition. Invalid responses include no response. Only includes students that have been diagnosed with the selected condition.

Original question: Have you ever been diagnosed by a healthcare or mental health professional with any of the following ongoing or chronic conditions?

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