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Over the last five years, use of counseling centers on college campuses has grown 30 percent on average while average enrollment has grown by just five percent, according to the Center for Collegiate Mental Health, a research network based at Penn State University.

That trend is also reflected at UT, where Counseling Center Director Paul McAnear said the number of students using the counseling center has increased about 20 percent over the last seven years, ahead of enrollment growth.

Read the full News Sentinel report by Rachel Ohm.

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