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Healthy Minds Data

We at HMN welcome the use of our data by others interested in college student mental health.

Want to cite our data?

Please use the following format:

Healthy Minds Network (year). Healthy Minds Study among Colleges and Universities, year (HMS years of data being used) [Data set]. Healthy Minds Network, University of Michigan, University of California Los Angeles, Boston University, and Wayne State University.

Interactive Data Interface

The Interactive Data Interface is an online database which houses survey data from the Healthy Minds Study. The interface allows users to explore data quickly and with ease.

Click here for Data Interface Instructions.

Data Sets & Data Requests

Starting with the 2017-2018 academic year, the public datasets now include institutional characteristics of school size, institution type, public/private, academic rank, geography, specialty, and graduation rate to allow researchers to answer research questions that look at mental health through a lens of institutional environment.

HMN is now accepting data requests. Please fill out and submit this Data Request Form to request HMS data from the 2022-23 academic year and/or years prior.

Our team has developed this Institutional Characteristics Key as a supplement to data sets.

Any data questions can be directed to [email protected].

National Data Reports

Each year, the Healthy Minds Study produces an aggregate, national data report using data from all participating institutions in that given year. This reports contains means, frequencies, proportions, counts, and graphs related to key HMS measures. These reports are free and available to the public.

*For the 2019-20 and 2020-21 academic years, the HMS National Data Reports were divided into Fall and Winter reports.

Data Reports

HMS Questionnaires & Codebooks

Below are PDFs of each annual iteration of the Healthy Minds Study. The codebook used for survey iterations 2007-2015 are consolidated as a single PDF.