Purpose: For the transition to healthy adulthood, university authorities should provide services to improve the quality of life of university students. This study aimed to determine the degree of self-concealment, professional counseling-seeking attitude, quality of life and factors affecting the quality of life of university students. Methods: In this study, cross-sectional data by secondary data analysis were collected by a 2019 survey of students in a university of South Korea. A total of 110 students participated in this study. Variables were assessed with the Korean version of the Self Concealment Scale, Attitudes Toward Seeking Professional Counseling and World Health Organization Quality of Life Assessment InstrumentBREF. Data analysis was done by Descriptive statistics, Pearson s correlation coefficient and hierarchical multiple regression analysis using SPSS Win 22.0 program. Results: The quality of life of university students was moderate level. The significant factors affecting the quality of life were gender, grade, knowing the counseling center, self-concealment and attitudes toward seeking professional counseling, which explained 64% of the variance. Conclusion: These findings suggest that counseling services for university students should be implemented considering gender, grade, self-conceal- ment and attitudes toward professional counseling.
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