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New College Lanarkshire’s SMHA journey so far
On 15th March 2023, New College Lanarkshire & New College Lanarkshire Students' Association gave a presentation at The Forum
NUS Scotland launches ‘Cost of Survival’ report
A new report from NUS Scotland shows the scale of the financial challenges facing students at the moment.
College Expo 2023 Roadshow
Meeting students mental health and wellbeing needs event As part of this event, three roadshows will take place across Scotland and one of these focuses on student mental health. On 28th March 2023, discussion will focus on approaches that have been de …
Save Our Counsellors Campaign
In 2019 following lobbying from NUS Scotland, Scottish Government committed to funding an additional 80 counsellors in Scotland’s colleges and universities over four years. Currently, this funding is being reviewed and not confirmed past July 2023. In …
The Forum by Think Positive
The Forum brings together reps colleges, universities and students’ associations across Scotland who lead on SMHA work at their institution.
University Counselling Services in Scotland: Insights and Perspectives Following the Covid-19 Pandemic
This independent research report provides an updated overview of Scottish University Counselling Services.
Ian Findlay Path Fund – Paths For All
Colleges, Universities and Students’ Associations in Scotland, can apply for between £10,000 and £100,000 for path management projects that improve the accessibility and resilience of existing paths between homes, community services, active travel routes and public transport facilities or connections
Smarter Choices, Smarter Places open fund
The Smarter Choices, Smarter Places (SCSP) Open Fund aims to encourage people to change their everyday travel behaviours.
Recommendations for improving mental health and wellbeing support for Scotland’s students
The research poses a series of recommendations to help improve student mental health and wellbeing support in Scotland’s colleges and universities.