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Sometimes at university there are times that feel hard. Negative feelings can creep up on any one of us, even though we often feel like we’re the only ones going through them.

But remember that you’re not alone – these feelings are totally normal and there are lots of ways the university can help.

Don’t know where to start?

Take a look at the student support website  where you’ll find plenty of resources, from advice on practical things like money and academic matters to mental health support. These resources are designed to empower you to develop the knowledge, confidence and skills to look after your own wellbeing, as well as supporting others too. It’s a great starting point and has directories of all the uni services.

Want to talk to someone?

We know it helps to talk, so if you’d like to speak with someone in person there’s always a friendly face around who can support your wellbeing and academic life. The best place to start is finding your School support contact, and if you’re in Halls, you can speak to your ResLife Advisor.

Plus, remember that you can always drop into the Wellbeing Hub on the ground floor of the Main Library between 10 and 4 in term time, where our Student Support and Wellbeing advisors are trained to help support you in any issue you’re having – not matter how big or small.

University life can feel tough at times, and it’s normal to need some support.

We’re here for you.

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