After two years of lockdown, isolation, and social distancing, college students feel quite anxious and uncertain about their future. Many are feeling depressed and pessimistic regarding their outcomes. According to Business Insider, suicide is the second leading cause of death for Gen Z. Our students today are very much plugged into technology, but they are feeling isolated, disconnected, and insecure when it comes to their place in society. They are unsure of how to build significant human connections. According to collegegroup.com, Gen Z have severe anxiety surrounding finances and their ability to thrive in the economy in which they live, thus leading to further depression.