U.S. college students that received health information from their universities 2017

Percentage of U.S. college students that had received information from their college or university about select health topics as of fall 2017

U.S. college students that received health information from their universities 2017 This statistic presents the percentage of college students in the U.S. that had received information from their college or university on select health topics as of fall 2017. According to the data, about 82 percent of respondents indicated that they had received information about sexual assault and relationship violence while just over 20 percent had received information about problem use of internet and computer games.
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Percentage of U.S. college students that had received information from their college or university about select health topics as of fall 2017

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Percentage of respondents
Sexual assault/relationship violence82.3%
Alcohol and other drug use79%
Depression/anxiety64.1%
Stress reduction62.6%
Physical activity60.5%
How to help others in distress56.5%
Sexually transmitted disease/infection (STD/I) prevention54.1%
Suicide prevention53.1%
Violence prevention52.5%
Nutrition52.4%
Cold/flu/sore throat49.1%
Relationship difficulities42.5%
Tobacco use41.8%
Pregnancy prevention41.3%
Injury prevention38.6%
Grief and loss38.6%
Eating disorders31.3%
Sleep difficulities24.3%
Problem use of internet/computer games20.3%
Percentage of respondents
Sexual assault/relationship violence82.3%
Alcohol and other drug use79%
Depression/anxiety64.1%
Stress reduction62.6%
Physical activity60.5%
How to help others in distress56.5%
Sexually transmitted disease/infection (STD/I) prevention54.1%
Suicide prevention53.1%
Violence prevention52.5%
Nutrition52.4%
Cold/flu/sore throat49.1%
Relationship difficulities42.5%
Tobacco use41.8%
Pregnancy prevention41.3%
Injury prevention38.6%
Grief and loss38.6%
Eating disorders31.3%
Sleep difficulities24.3%
Problem use of internet/computer games20.3%
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This statistic presents the percentage of college students in the U.S. that had received information from their college or university on select health topics as of fall 2017. According to the data, about 82 percent of respondents indicated that they had received information about sexual assault and relationship violence while just over 20 percent had received information about problem use of internet and computer games.
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Release date
March 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
Fall 2017
Number of respondents
31,463 respondents
Age group
18 years and older
Special properties
52 schools
Supplementary notes
Original question: "Have you received information on the following topics from your college or university?"
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