Student Mental Health Survey now open

Student Mental Health Survey

Today is World Mental Health Day. Help us continue to improve our health and wellbeing provision for students by completing our online mental health survey.

To say thank you for taking part in the survey you can choose to be entered into a prize draw to win one of eight £100 Amazon vouchers – just insert your email address where indicated at the end of the survey.

How do I take part in the Student Mental Health Survey?

All undergraduate and postgraduate University of Liverpool students are eligible to take part. You can complete the survey at this link or by following the link you received to your University email account. Don’t worry – your feedback is completely anonymous.

The survey is open until midnight on Wednesday, 23 October 2019 and should take around 20 minutes to complete.

Why should I take part?

Your views are important. Whether you have suffered from mental health issues or not, your insight is essential in helping us to deliver services which give everyone the opportunity to thrive and fulfil their potential at university.

What is the Student Mental Health Survey?

The aim of the survey, which has been developed by the University’s Department of Psychological Sciences, is to identify the challenges faced by students and how these challenges may impact on your mental health and experience of student life.

It will be used to guide improvements to our health and wellbeing provision at the University.

The results of the survey will also be used to inform the regional mental health project, funded by the Office for Students (OfS). As lead partner for the project, the University will be working in partnership with Mersey Care, Brownlow Health and Liverpool John Moores University to develop improved mental health care pathways for students across the region.