Student Minds Hub

Mental health resources & insights at your fingertips

The Student Minds Hub is a place where you can find community, engage with our training, and resources, and find out how your university can put student mental health first.

We are here to empower you to find the tools, insights and information that you need. Explore a range of training courses, the University Mental Health Charter, insights and research. 

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Our Training Programmes

Around one in four students report having a diagnosed mental health issue while at university. We also know that one-quarter of students don’t know where to get mental health support at university.

We believe that informal peer support can be a complementary part of a stepped-care and early intervention approach to helping students. Our training courses are designed to equip students and staff with the skills and knowledge to provide support within the student community, as well as looking after their own wellbeing.

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Corporate Partnership

Why partner with us?

Student Minds is a trusted, independent voice for university mental health within higher education, public health and the student community.

1 in 4 students report having a diagnosed mental health issue while at university

1/4 Students report having a diagnosed mental health issue while at university

University Mental Health Charter

We want all universities to adopt a whole–university approach to mental health, and become places that promote the mental health and wellbeing of all members of the university community. We work towards this vision in 3 key ways:

  • The University Mental Health Charter Framework is available to all and outlines Principles of Good Practice.
  • The University Mental Health Charter Programme supports members to create cultural changes.
  • The University Mental Health Charter Award assesses individual universities’ approaches to understand their strengths and further development opportunities.
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Support for students

Expert information and advice to help you through the challenges of student life. Developed with students, experts and clinicians, explore free psycho-educational content, direct support services and information around support at individual universities.
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