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It is well-known that prevalence of stress, anxiety, and depression is high among university undergraduate students in developed and developing countries. Students entering university are from different socioeconomic background, which can bring a variety of mental health risk factors. Mental health is one of the most significant determinants of life quality and satisfaction. Poor mental health is a complex and common psychological problem among university undergraduate students in developed and developing countries. Factors that lead to depression are indeed a serious and growing issue among undergrads. According to prior studies in Malaysia, the prevalence of depression has increased from 12 percent in 2011 to 29 % in 2020. The goal of this research would be to figure out how loneliness, insomnia, and alcohol consumption contribute to student depression. The respondents' responses towards the survey would be used to gather information. To assess the analytical significance, a sum of 361 undergraduates from Private University will indeed be involved. Smart PLS is being used to evaluate the information in accordance with the data's goals.