Mental wellbeing describes how you are feeling and how you are coping with your daily activities. It is just as important as physical wellbeing.
As a University, we are committed to developing a community where you feel comfortable talking about mental wellbeing and seeking the support you need.
Students experience many stresses such as moving away from home, concerns about finances and the academic workload. It is important that we can talk openly about how we feel, so that we can challenge the misconceptions associated with mental wellbeing and that mental wellbeing does not exclude anyone from university life.
At Bangor, there is a great deal of support available to you during times of difficulty but we also facilitate regular activities and services to help develop your resilience and maintain your mental wellbeing so that you are better able to undertake your university studies and cope during times of stress. Over the next few pages, you will find more information about the services available here at Bangor.