Student Advice is supporting University Mental Health Day 2020

Thursday 5th March 2020 marks University Mental Health Day

Here at Brighton we promote positive mental wellbeing in many different ways and helping students manage their finances and tight budgets is a huge part of that.  

Back in 2016 we produced a booklet for students entitled Students, Money and Mental Health (if you open it in full screen it looks like a book). We looked at the relationship between money and mental health and how the two are inextricably linked.

If you prefer old school paper based information, you can pick up one of these booklets at any of the Student Centres. The booklet itself may be slightly out of date, but the message and advice are still very relevant today.  You can also access the Money Charity’s Money Manual, which isn’t solely student focused, but has some excellent and very well researched current advice around spending, saving, borrowing and how to make sustainable lifestyle changes and good decisions.

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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