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Caring For The Mental Health Of UTC Students

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It’s the first week of classes for the new semester here on our campus, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

As we near two years living with the pandemic, how are students coping - and what help is there for them to cope?

Dr. Keilan Rickard is director of UTC’s Counseling Center.

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