Harper Adams Student Services department is preparing to host a drop-in session tomorrow with the wellbeing team.
The "It's Good to Talk" event coincides with Mental Health Awareness Week and is also nicely timed as students head towards the end-of-year assessment period. Students - see emails for more information.
There's no subject too trivial to bring to the support session - some visitors might simply be seeking company to combat loneliness - which is the main aim of the awareness week.
Students might also benefit from a visit to the Student Minds website, which offers a wide range of advice and support.
Loneliness is something that a lot of students experience at some point in their university journey. Explore our resource around feeling lonely at uni and the things you can do to find connections ??https://t.co/b38xZCzTTp #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek pic.twitter.com/b4ncMLhRTG— Student Minds (@StudentMindsOrg) May 10, 2022