Today we launch our brand new campaign It’s Ok Not To Be Ok, designed to make sure students have the best experience at university! We want to raise the profile of the services available and give students the confidence to speak up. Find out how you can be involved here.
We at the Union understand that coming to university can be a daunting step, and we want to make sure you’re aware that help is available. Whether you have concerns relating to your wellbeing, your studies or personal issues – you’re not alone and we have a range of services to support you.
It’s Ok Not To Be Ok is a national campaign to support all students who have concerns about living away from home, making friends, studying at university and a variety of other issues.
We aim to remove the stigma around mental health and we want our students to be proud to wear our #SOSUok wristbands and to feel confident about speaking up when they need help.
We want you to be part of our campaign so we can work together to raise awareness that It’s Ok Not To Be Ok. We have created #SOSUok so you can openly share your experiences with people that care. Make sure you share photos with your wristbands using the hashtag.
If you would like to get involved in any way or need support then feel free contact one of your Sabbatical Officers:
Charlotte Winfield (Academic Enquiries)
Jasmine Barton (Activities/Social Opportunities)
Sam Spencer (Housing/Welfare)