Student Mental Health on Campus: Claims Involving Suicidal Students

April 2020 | 0 Comments  Average 4.5 out of 5

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Student suicide remains a significant issue on college campuses and in United Educators' (UE’s) claims. Suicide is among the leading causes of death for college students, and 8% of full-time college students had suicidal thoughts or seriously considered suicide, according to national studies. UE's review of 223 claims related to student mental health showed that suicide-related claims were among the most frequent and costliest. They accounted for nearly 70% of the UE study's claims and 43% of the losses.

This report focuses on key data points and lessons from the suicide-related claims. Use them to help your institution prevent and respond to this risk.

See Student Mental Health on Campus: A Review of Claims for information about general mental health claims.


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