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More than 25% of them have been treated or diagnosed by a professional oAbout 73% of students dealing with a mental illness said that they experienced a crisis on campus oCollege counseling centers have noticed an increase in how severe mental health issues have become among college studentsoSuicide is the third leading cause of death on college campuses Great statistics. I am looking forward to seeing how you incorporate these into your speech. Are the titles for the bullets where you received you sources? Transition: Mental health has become a big issue on college campuses and more people should be aware of it.Awareness and admittance to help are the first steps to help!Your body paragraph is very very good. Your 3 main points are explained and cited with great sources. You give great facts and statistics in each of bor body points. Make sure you hve clear transitions that are smooth when giving the speech. We both have to work on our use of imagery and metaphors. But this is the basic outline so this is really good so far. ConclusionRestate thesis: Mental health is a big issue for college students; they can deal with things like anxiety, depression, eating disorders and many others because of the stress college can bring.Closing:Mental health should be taken more seriously. If you or someone you know shows any of the signs I mentioned, seek help. Remember, you aren’t alone.Thesis is clearly re stated. Make sure to review all main points in your body. This will be a memorable presentation due to the fact that this topic impacts me directly. I am lookingforawdto hearing your speech. ReferencesHadron State College. “College Student Mental Health Statistics .” College Student Mental Statistics - Behavior Intervention Team - Chadron State College, .“Top 5 Mental Health Challenges Facing College Students.” Best Colleges, 16 May 2018, -students/.Holterman, Ally. “Mental Health Problems for College Students Are Increasing.” Health Line, 25 Aug. 2016, -students-are-increasing-071715#1.3 references. Rubric states 5. Your information is relevant and very credible.
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