For the 2019-20 academic year, we’ve been funded by the Scottish Government to run a small grant scheme to support those taking part in the Student Mental Health Agreement project. We will be offering 10 institutions in Scotland (FE or HE) a maximum of £250 each! This money aims to challenge potential financial barriers which […]
Recently, with the exciting launch of our online resources form (we love a good form) (no joke), our free resources have been flying out of the door! So, when it came to reordering new merch, we wanted to approach it through an eco-friendly lens.
Today is World Mental Health Day. The theme this year is ‘young people and mental health in a changing world’ and this has never been more pertinent. This week we have a guest blog from our Deputy President at NUS Scotland, Gemma Jones. Improving student mental health is a personal priority for Gemma and in this blog she discusses why it’s so important to her.
This week Reena, our Student Health Project Coordinator, was over at West Lothian College for NUS Scotland’s event ‘Lead and Change’. This is an annual flagship training programme for new and returning officers. Here’s a little bit about what she got up to!
On 15thJune we were joined by students’ associations, universities and colleges from all over Scotland to celebrate students’ fantastic achievements at the Healthy Body Healthy Mind Awards. We were absolutely blown away by the dedication and passion shown by students and staff on the submissions we received. Here’s a look back at some of the winning projects.