University Mental Health Day


Thursday 14 March is national University Mental Health Day. University Mental Health Day brings together the university community to make mental health a university-wide priority.

To mark the occasion, the University of South Wales is providing a series of events and resources focusing on mental health and wellbeing for students to get involved with.

Wellbeing events

The Wellbeing Service has worked in partnership with a number of organisations to provide a variety of events to help students make new friends, learn new skills and feel more capable of managing their mental health and wellbeing.

Join us in celebration of University Mental Health Day:

Visit the Wellbeing Service website for more events and booking information.


Togetherall is a digital well-being platform where people support each other anonymously to improve mental health and wellbeing. Togetherall is free for all USW students and available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

All USW students have access to free online mental health and wellbeing support with Togetherall. To join, visit

University Support Services

Our Support Services are dedicated to making sure that every student gets the support they need. If you're not sure where to get wellbeing and mental health support, the Wellbeing Service can provide you with an opportunity to be listened to, to talk through any challenges and make choices that are right for you.

Join the conversation

Join thousands of people online using #UniMentalHealthDay by sharing how and why you want to improve the future of student mental health. Together we can inspire conversations, take action and create change.

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