Welcome to CCMH

CCMH is a multidisciplinary, member-driven, Practice-Research-Network (PRN) focused on providing accurate and up-to-date information on the mental health of today’s college students. CCMH strives to connect practice, research, and technology to benefit students, mental health providers, administrators, researchers, and the public.

The collaborative efforts of over 750 college and university counseling centers and supportive organizations have enabled CCMH to build the nation’s largest databases on college student mental health. CCMH actively develops clinical tools, reports, and research using this data. 

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New Research Findings

International Students Are More Socially Isolated than Domestic Students, and the Gap Is Growing After COVID-19

From the 2018-2019 to the 2020-2021 academic years, the proportion of international students with social isolation ranged from 2.2-2.6 raw percentage points higher than domestic students (see Table 2 below). Rates of social isolation were higher for all students in the 2021-2022 academic year. However, the difference in social isolation between international and domestic students grew to 4.5% during that year. In other words, the difference in rates of social isolation between international and domestic students nearly doubled after the onset of COVID-19.


Why Counseling Center Staff Are Leaving and Why We Should Take Notice

The Association for University and College Counseling Center Directors (AUCCCD) and the Center for Collegiate Mental Health (CCMH) share and collaborate on data regarding counseling center trends. This blog, the first featuring our partnership, focuses on counseling center staff turnover. As part of the annual renewal process, CCMH requested turnover data from its member centers in Summer 2022 while AUCCCD requested turnover and recruitment data from its membership during the Fall of 2022. The data reflects information from the 2021- 2022 academic year.




Trends in Social Anxiety Symptoms and Isolation in Students Seeking College Counseling Services

All symptoms of social anxiety, as well as social isolation, increased from 2010 to 2022 amongst students seeking college counseling services nationally.



2022 Annual Report


College Counseling Centers are eligible to join CCMH to use CCMH clinical instruments. 




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