At UNC mental health summit, students call for more resources

By Jayda Williams

Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz opened and closed the UNC Mental Health Summit Nov. 15.
(Jon Gardiner/UNC-Chapel Hill)

UNC held a day-long virtual summit Monday to address the community’s concerns about mental health on campus – and the inadequate resources to address it. Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz announced the summit last month in response to multiple student suicides and a growing waitlist for the university’s Counseling And Psychological Services. Guskiewicz attended the event, acknowledging the scope of the problem.

Senior and UNC Women’s Soccer player Carly Wetzel was a student panelist at the summit. She joins us to talk about it.

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