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How to keep your mental health up in lockdown

We all have a bad day every now and then, that's why it's important to look after your mental health, especially in lockdown. Second year BA (Hons) Acting for Film student, Imogen, talks you through some of her top tips to keep your mental health up. Subscribe to Imogen's YouTube channel.

3 ways going outside will improve your mental health

This week marks Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW), which aims to help raise awareness and provide an opportunity to talk openly about all aspects of mental health and well-being. The theme for this year is “nature” and individuals are encouraged to make time this week to get outside, meet friends...

Stories to make you smile - World Book Night 2021

160 copies of "Stories to Make You Smile" will be available free to University of Chichester students as part of this year’s World Book Night celebration. The book, which features a collection of short feel-good stories from authors such as Jenny Éclair, Richard Madeley and Mark Watson, has been...

Meet our mental health ambassadors!

I wanted to become a Mental Health Ambassador because after struggling with Anorexia and Anxiety, I have realised the importance of reaching out, communicating with others and creating a supportive environment where individuals feel able to share their experiences without fear or judgement. I feel...

5 ways to better your mental health

"Mental health and well-being is something that has been important to me for many years, experiencing anxiety myself and having family members having mental health problems. But, became very close to my heart last year when I lost a friend of mine to suicide. I think it is crucial that we break...

Why our students are raising money and awareness for Men's Health

Each year, the University of Chichester participates in Movember to raise money and awareness of men's health, with a particular focus on men's mental health. Student and official Movember ambassador Steven Hurst (pictured above) is leading the University of Chichester's 20 sport teams, a total of...

Let's talk mental health

We are extremely proud to have so many students openly talking about mental health to help raise awareness and promote mental health at University. As a University, we take pride in the amount of support we offer students through academic advisors, professional student support services and our...

International Men's Day 2019

We are so honoured to have an institution full on inspirational staff and students! On International Men's Day, we want to celebrate all the inspirational male influences in our University who continuously raise awareness for current issues, fundraise for important causes and promote positive...

It's okay to not be okay

Edward Hounsell, PE and Sports Coaching student For me personally, as someone who has suffered a lot because of mental health from such a young age, I believe it is so important to raise awareness of male mental health! A lot of mental health cases I have found are normally triggered from childhood...

How to deal with stress at university

Uni is all fun and games until you're feeling stressed - which is perfectly acceptable! Whether it's about assignments, deadlines, relationships or money, here are a few tips on how you can deal with university stress.