Starting university: a wellbeing guide for students
Moving to university is a huge step, and one you may have been planning for a long time.
Whether you are going to the university you planned, or finding your way after clearing, there is much to think about, especially now in light of Coronavirus.
This guide from the Charlie Waller Trust aims to address some common concerns as well as giving a reality check to some ideas you may have. 'It also offers tips and guidance on how to get the best out of your time at university and, most importantly, maintain good mental health.
Remember, Accommodation Services are here for you at every stage of your time in halls. You can find out more information about our activities, guidance and important contact numbers right here on our Wellbeing tab.
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