Student Mental Health Survey now open

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Help us continue to improve our health and wellbeing provision for students by completing our online Student Mental Health Survey 2024.

The survey, which is open to all undergraduate and postgraduate students, aims to identify the challenges faced by students and understand how these challenges may impact on your mental health and experience of student life.

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

How do I take part?

You can complete the survey online here or by following the link you will receive to your University email account. Don’t worry – your feedback is completely anonymous.

The survey is open until 11:59pm on Thursday 28 March 2024 and should take around 20 minutes to complete.

Why should I take part? 

Your views are important. Whether you have experienced 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.

Here if you need us: wellbeing support at Liverpool

Our Student Services team are dedicated to supporting you throughout your time at Liverpool.

You can find them in the Student Life centre in the Alsop Building on University Square. Made up of several teams, they can help no matter what comes your way.

You can reach them by calling them on 0151 795 1000 or visit the Student Services website for information on how to book appointments.

They can support you with;

  • Mental Wellbeing – starting university is exciting but it can bring challenges. The team offer a range of options to help you navigate university life, including wellbeing advice, counselling service, a mental health advisory service plus workshops and events. You can find more information on these and more on the Mental Wellbeing pages.
  • Disability Support – on these pages, you’ll find guidance on how to access disability-related study support, what study and assessment support is available, including funding options and much more.
  • Money Advice & Guidance – The Money Advice & Guidance team can help you access the University Hardship Fund and/or Food Pantry and give you advice on various  issues including debt management, budgeting, student loans and grants, welfare benefits and more.
  • Visa and immigration support – dedicated advice for international students on visas, working in the UK and family visas
  • Report + Support – as part of our commitment to creating a safe, inclusive environment for you to study and live in, we encourage our students to report bullying, harassment, sexual misconduct, hate crime, assault or discrimination through Report + Support. It’s quick and easy to use, and you can tell us something has happened anonymously if you prefer.