[ Objective] To understand the quality of sleeping and its influential factors of current university students. [ Methods ] A self-rating scale of sleep （SRSS） and self-designed questionnaire were applied to investigate university students by stratified random sampling. [ Results] 52.00% students had sleeping disorders. There were no significant differences between male and female, medicine speciality and non-medicine speciality, students from city and countryside. However, there existed an significant difference among the different grades students. Health status, stresses from studying and employment, economic resource, amativeness problem, sleeping environment, and sleeping regularity could influence their sleep quality. The major investigated students had low mood, disorders of the body function （such as physical or mental status, memory, concentration and so on） , and low learning efficiency in the daytime when sleeping was disturbed during the night. [Conclusion] Sleeping problems are common in university students. In order to improve the sleeping quality of university students, psychological and sleeping consults, forming a good sleeping habits, and keeping on doing exercise should be developed in the future.
Modern Preventive Medicine