Student Advice supports Mental Health Day 10th October 2019

We know that money worries have a significant impact on our mental wellbeing and the pressures of managing your money on a tight student budget is very stressful.

As part of World Mental Health Day 2019, we are getting behind the national Time to Change campaign and promoting the support we can offer you if you’re feeling overwhelmed with budgeting or struggling to get to grips with any part of your student funding.

We are linking to some helpful and interesting Time to Change University resources which you can access in your own time and maybe spark up a conversation with your friends or flatmates.

Back in 2016 we produced a booklet for students entitled Students, Money and Mental Health. You can pick up one of these booklets at any of the Student Advice Service drop in sessions or access it online here (if you make it full screen you can open it like a book)

The flip side of this is that you might be ok, but you’ve got a friend who might need some help or support. Start the conversation and ask if they’re ok.

If you are experiencing any money problems, come and have a chat with a Student Adviser before it starts affecting your mental health, we can help you. Let us take the strain.


Contact the Student Advice Service at your campus or give us a ring on 01273 642888 to make an appointment. You can find our contact times and locations here

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Helen is the Student Advice Service Manager within Student Services and is based in Tithe Barn on the Moulsecoomb campus

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