The main purpose of this study was to determine the prevalence of disordered eating behaviors (DEB) and depressive symptoms, as well as its relationship with self-esteem, body thin ideal internalization, and relationship with father and mother. The sample (N = 892: 501 women y 390 men), between 16 and 41 years old (X = 19.7; DE = 2.9), was obtained from a census carried out to first year college students in a public university in Mexico City. The results showed a prevalence of DEB in the moderate level of 15.1% among men and of 19.5% among women, and of 4.1% and 6.1% for high risk DEB’s, respectively. Among women, sub threshold depression and high risk of a major depressive episode was found on the whole in 6.7% of the sample. Among men, the frequency was 3.3%. It was found that those subjects with some degree of depression and body shape or weight preoccupation have more risk for DEB.