Manage your own wellbeing
If you are struggling or need support with something, try these self-help resources to get the information on how you can improve your wellbeing.
Resources to help manage successful study and a healthy lifestyle at university, including your transition through university and good study behaviours.
Fitting in at university can be daunting. You may be lonely or missing home, or feeling anxious and overwhelmed. Find out what you can do to feel better.
Sometimes life can get on top of you. Relationships, workload, jobs or daily life can get too much. Find out what support is available to help you feel emotionally and mentally better.
Stress and anxiety
It is not uncommon to feel stressed, anxious or low sometimes but if these feelings are affecting your life, there are things you can try that may help.
Tools and resources to help you take a practical and realistic approach to managing your finances.
Find out what consent does and does not look like.
Support for unwanted sexual activity
List of external organisations and charities that can help you if you have experienced sexual abuse, sexual assault, sexual harassment, rape, sexual violence and any other unwanted sexual behaviour.
How you look after yourself physically has a big impact on your mental wellbeing. Use these resources to keep yourself healthy.
Find out what workshops we offer to support you with your studies and help you manage your own wellbeing.
This toolkit has practical tips and tools to help you feel settled, support friends and get help if you need it.
Follow the self-enrol link to join. If you don’t see the self-enrol link, you’re already enrolled.