Accessing University mental wellbeing support
Posted on behalf of: Student Communications
Last updated: Tuesday, 5 December 2023
Our mental wellbeing affects how we feel about all areas of life. Looking after it can really improve the way we feel every day. This can be really helpful at times when we’re not feeling our best, but it’s also important to make sure we look after ourselves during the good times.
There are lots of ways we can look after our mental health and wellbeing and the University is here to support you.
You can find advice and tips on looking after your mental wellbeing on the Student Hub. You’ll also find more information there about accessing support from the University.
That might mean reaching out to the Student Centre or another support service, or it might be joining the Tea and Talk Peer Support Network for free tea and biscuits and mindful activities.
You’ll also find resources provided by the University such as our excellent mental wellbeing reading list, available through the library, and the Togetherall virtual community, which uses the positive effects of healthy social networks in its community where people share with, and support one another anonymously.
Remember, there are things you can do to look after your mental health and wellbeing, even when you’re not experiencing difficulties. Please do check out the Student Hub to see how you can access support for your mental wellbeing from the University.