An understanding of the adjustment problems of university and college students reveals that many factors 2 are involved in student adjustment. To be sure, academic courses still constitute the main show for many students. Other students are very much interested in the so-called side shows, such as athletics, social relationships, economic and religious situations, the library, boarding and rooming conditions, as well as personal contacts with teachers in and out of classes, counselors and administrative officers. Consequently many students find themselves in a totality of campus on-rush, the roots and outreaches of which are not always known or understood.
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