Wellbeing Reps and drop-in sessions
Fancy a chat?
Your Wellbeing Reps are students like you who live in halls. You may see them around halls in teal t-shirts make sure you say hello!
Part of a Wellbeing Reps role is to help to organise weekly yoga sessions (across 6 halls) and wellbeing events and campaigns in halls.
They are there to offer a listening ear when students are in need of guidance. They can talk through anything from how to manage your coursework load to homesickness and are able to signpost students to services in and around the university to make sure students are getting help in the right places.
Reps are available specifically during Afternoon Tea on a Sunday between 4-7pm and are available for bookable confidential drop-in sessions on Wednesday evenings.
If you'd like to make an appointment or get in touch with your Wellbeing Rep confidentially, please email email@example.com and mention your hall in the subject line.
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