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Ways we support your Wellbeing in College

27 October 2023
See how we support your wellbeing in College.

Students’ Union:

If you feel you need help meeting people or making friends at college, why not get involved with our Students’ Union? Our Student Experience Officer Sidonie works to put on great events, experiences and trips all year round, and supports the Students’ Union. Representing the student voice is a big part and get involved with the student experience for all our departments. 

Student Centre: 

Our student centre is packed full of activities that will help you to unwind between lessons. Why not play some games of pool and see who can sink all the balls first? Our on-site refectory is also next door, where you can relax with great tasting food and drink. 

Guest Speakers:

As part of college, we often have guest speakers come in to college, who can give you advice and guidance on topics. These can be ranging from curriculum to extra-curricular activities, and you can meet these for advice at events such as Freshers Fayres and Careers Fairs. 

Outdoor Spaces:

Regular physical exercise in natural settings has been shown to reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression. Next time you’re on campus during a break or lunchtime, take a long walk around and see all the natural beauty that campus has to offer. 

Support from Mentors: 

One form of advice and guidance at College is through our Student Progression Mentors. They support you in your personal development, enabling you to become an independent learner who enjoys their time at the College and reaches their full potential.