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Student Mental Health Survey

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Published: 28 October 2020

University of Sunderland in London student completing a survey on a computer

The University of Sunderland invites all students to take part in their annual Student Mental Health Survey, open for four weeks from Monday 26th October.

The aim of the questionnaire is to investigate the overall wellbeing of our students, find out how many people are using our services and contribute to the wider discussion on mental health among students at UK universities.

As a University of Sunderland in London student, your insights are extremely valued, so we want to encourage you to complete the survey.

You don’t need to have used our Health and Wellbeing services to take part. The aim of the survey is to get a wider understanding of the needs of the whole student community to help us improve and reach more people.

All replies are anonymous, and the questionnaire should only take around 30 minutes to complete.

You’ll be asked questions about you, your studies and your mental health among other things.

These include telling us how you’re coping with your workload, who you can confide in about your mental health and your awareness of our wellbeing facilities.

Every response we get helps us improve the lives and student experiences of everyone in the University’s community. We want to hear your voice.

If you take part, you can choose to be entered into a prize draw to win £100, £50 or £25 Amazon Vouchers.

Take part now

If you're suffering from mental health issues, including anxiety or depression, you can access the free CBD service, Silvercloud.

You can also set up a one-to-one appointment with the Health and Wellbeing team through Compass, calling them on 0207 531 7343 or emailing them at out more by following #WeAreSunLon on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.