Dumfries and Galloway College
We all have mental health, and it is just as important as our physical health. Mental health can be simple things such as feeling well and not well.
Mental health is how we feel and what we do, which is always changing.
When we feel good, we can enjoy being with others and wanting to take part in activities. But when we are struggling, we will start to become tired more quickly, meaning our moods and ourselves become not what we think.
What Support is Available?
- Welfare Self Referral
- Student Advisers
- Mental Health and wellbeing section on the student portal
- College Counsellor
The Student Advisers are based in ‘The Point’ across from Reception / Room 2077 in Dumfries and room G35A in Stranraer, they are very approachable and are available to give guidance and support on a large range of issues. Should you require information or advice, you can visit this page to find the appropriate number/email.
More information on the support available to Dumfries & Galloway college students can be found here.
Dumfries & Galloway College are currently developing their Student Mental Health Agreement and we’ll share it on this page when it has been launched.
We’re currently waiting for confirmation that this overview of the support offer at Dumfries & Galloway College is still correct. This information may now be out of date.