At some point during your studies, you may well have a question that needs answering.
No matter what the worry, help is at hand within SRUC and there are a number of members of staff that are happy to help.
Headaches, stomach problems and lack of sleep may be signs of stress. Living with stress all the time increases the chances of becoming ill with depression or anxiety. Signs of other mental health difficulties include tearfulness, lack of energy, changes in mood and feeling hopeless. If you have any of these signs, then seek some support. You can read more about how SRUC can help in our mental health guide.
What Support is Available?
- Year tutors
- Student support education officers
- Signposting to counselling services
More information on the support available to SRUC students can be found here
SRUC do not currently take part in the Student Mental Health Agreement project so do not have a SMHA in place.
This page was last updated in March 2022 and we are currently awaiting confirmation from SRUC that this information is still accurate.