Title: Depression Among College Students and its Impact on Academic Success Intr
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Title: Depression Among College Students and its Impact on Academic Success
Introduction (2-3) paragraphs
Discuss the demographics of college students (the age they usually attend, how many are attending, which schools they are selecting (community schools or living on campus at larger schools)
Emerging Adulthood (18-24 years old)- discuss this period, what are they usually experiencing during this time period?
What is the current research on the topic of depression among college students and how this impacts their academic success? How prevalent is depression among those in this age group? Depression Depression in America as a whole (define it and discuss causes)
How does depression affect college students (traditional 18-24-year-old) different than the average person (hint, this age group may not show all of the classic symptoms, yet they can still be diagnosed with depression)?
How does depression affect men and women differently?
What does the research say about depression on College Campuses? Who is it impacting on the campus?
How is it being diagnosed?
Are they receiving treatment at student health centers?
What does the research say about the relationship between depression among college students and academic outcomes?
Clinical treatment for depression
How are college health centers treating, or are they treating?
What is academic success, and how is it measured in college. How long is it taking the average college student to complete a four-year degree?
What percentage of first-year college students are traditional (18 to 24 years old), nontraditional (began the first year of college after the age of 24 or perhaps they are married and/have children), and how many are first-generation college students. You can discuss how each might relate to academic success, as outlined in the literature. Conclusion (1-2 paragraphs)
Relate back to intro (story, quote, question)
Your paper must include at least six sources. These sources should consist of at least two government sites where you will find statistics. At least three other sources should be from empirical journal articles. The final source could be from a newspaper or internet source. Your paper should be typewritten in APA format with a title and reference page. Avoid plagiarism and ensure that you use proper in-text citations giving credit to your sources and that you also paraphrase and summarize correctly. Sources should not be older than 2015
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