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Student mental health hub

Adjusting to student life can be challenging. You might be getting used to a new living situation or moving away from home for the first time. Maybe you're nervous about starting your course, or you're worried about making new friends. Additionally, we are all facing the challenge of coronavirus, which may be having a massive impact on your student experience.

Our student mental health hub is a resource to inform and support all students at all places of study.

With our mental health information hub for students, you can:

  • read detailed information about how to cope with the challenges of student life and mental health
  • learn ways to better manage your mental health with our tools, tips, videos and blogs
  • get support information on mental health for specific student communities.

Student mental health information

The options below will take you to pages where you can find complete, detailed information and tips about student mental health and student life.

Student mental health support for specific groups

The options below will take you to pages which outline information and support resources for specific student communities.

What was the Mentally Healthy Universities programme?

The Mentally Healthy Universities Programme was a two-year pilot, supported by Goldman Sachs Gives, which ran from September 2019 to August 2021 in nine universities across England.

Find out more about the programme and read our evaluation findings.

Student fundraising and volunteering

Fundraising on campus can be a powerful way of bringing attention to the issues surrounding student mental health. At the same time, you'll be raising vital funds for Mind.

This page was published in January 2021.

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