Transforming student wellbeing
University can be a stressful time. The transition from adolescence through to becoming young independent adults living away from home can create a range of specific issues affecting students’ mental health. With the advancement of social media, student lectures and research tools are readily accessible online, which can lead to social isolation.
Jami, UJS and University Jewish Chaplaincy are working together to support student wellbeing with a pilot project launched in September 2019. Student Wellbeing Reps in Birmingham, Bristol and Leeds were appointed and trained to support student wellbeing through education and awareness on campus, guidance on local student services and to promote positive mental health and emotional wellbeing.
We are now recruiting Student Wellbeing Reps for 2020/21, please click here to find out more.