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Emotional Support Animals Are Becoming More Common on College Campuses

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by Grace Gorenflo

Since April 2017, Sam Goodin, director of Services for Students with Disabilities, has approved 14 applications for students to have live-in emotional support animals at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

As a need for mental health treatments increases, this type of therapy may become more common on college campuses.

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