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Health & Wellbeing

Physical and Mental Wellbeing

The wellbeing of our members and the student community is important to us. We all have mental health and wellbeing and there are many everyday things we can do to support our wellbeing.

University can be a busy time, which can make it harder for you to take the time to look after your mental wellbeing. When you’re busy, stresses can mount up and really take their toll - so it’s important to take the time to prioritise your own mental wellbeing. 


At Strathclyde specifically, we offer various support services to help you with your physical and mental wellbeing. Check out our Wellbeing Map for more information on what the services offer, and where you can find them:


Wellbeing Map



Incident Reporting

A safe campus is everyone’s responsibility: staff, students and visitors. We all have a responsibility to report if someone’s safety has been threatened, whether that is through inappropriate behaviour, verbal or physical harassment, or other actions that make them feel unsafe, for example threatening posters, stickers or graffiti.

Please report, even if you think you don’t have enough information for us to take action immediately.


Report & Support


External Resources

There are also external resources we would recommend utilising:



The Scottish Association for Mental Health has various useful resources such as the 5 Ways of Wellbeing, and the SAMH Wellbeing                            Assessment tool to check in on yourself and monitor how you are feeling



Student Minds

Student Minds is the UK's student mental health charity. where you can access support for yourself, or for your friends. Resources include transitioning into university, student finance, year abroad, exam stress etc.





  Beat is the UK's Eating Disorder Charity and provide info and support on eating and exercise disorders - including learning about them, getting     help for yourself, or getting support for someone else.





LGBT Health & Wellbeing

LGBT Health & Wellbeing supports the LGBT community by providing a range of accessible, responsive and LGBT affirmative support services, community events and initiatives




Emergency Services

If it is an emergency on campus, pplease use the contact numbers below:

  • -  Call Campus Security via calling 0141 548 2222
  • -  Emergency Services via calling 999
  • -  Accident & Emergency Services nearest the Univeristy is Glasgow Royal Infimary 
  • -  NHS 24 on 111 for Health Information and Self Care Advice

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