The University of East Anglia has pledged to take action to avert what students are calling a "mental health crisis" on campus.
There have been four deaths there in the last 10 months - and now thousands have signed a petition calling for the university to do more to support people
The Vice Chancellor has promised to do exactly that - with an extra £250,000 of funding.
One student told ITV News Anglia she was forced to take a year out from her studies because she wasn't getting the help she needed.
Ayeshah Lalloo said she was overwhelmed by deadline pressure and was deeply unhappy.
Concerns have also been raised by the family of Nick Sadler, a UEA student who is thought to have taken his own life last month.
Dad Will Sadler said his son had told his mentor he was having suicidal thoughts.
The university says it is taking action and the students' union urged students to seek support if they needed it and feel confident that it would be there for them.
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