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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...

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...

My coming out story

For National Coming Out Day 2020, third year BA (Hons) Politics, Philosophy and Ethics student Liv shared her coming out story on her YouTube channel. We are so proud of Liv for openly sharing her story and being a part of our inclusive University community. Subscribe to Liv's YouTube channel

Answering your assumptions about University

Do you really make your best friends at university? Do you need to do every piece of reading for your lectures? Do students only eat pasta? Third year BA (Hons) Politics, Philosophy and Ethics student Liv has answered any, and EVERY assumption you've ever had about university. Subscribe to Liv's...

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...

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 get the most out of university

University can be really daunting, leaving behind all of your friends and family to move to a new city... it's tough. But hear are a few ways you can maximise your time at Uni. Get Out! - It's really tempting and easy to isolate yourself during the start of your time at university (I spent freshers...

Pride and LGBTQ+ support

Pride is an inclusive celebration of all things different and queer. We celebrate pride as it’s a month of inclusivity and love for those who feel like they have not been historically accepted or represented. We should celebrate pride to show acceptance and love in a community that has always and...

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.