My name is Charlotte Louise, and I serve on the Student Representative Council as the Disability Equality Officer. I grew up in the North East of England (Sunderland not Newcastle) and was diagnosed with both Dyspraxia and Asperger’s when I was 11 years old. Life as a disabled person is difficult but so very worth it.
Alongside our cross-campus Exam De-stress campaign, the SRC works closely with the university to identify and promote pop up study spaces students can use during the exam diet.
The SRC’s annual award show for recognising volunteers, clubs and societies on campus is back!
Exam De-stress is back! 🎉🎉🎉
Listed below are events happening across campus. Link on the event name for more information
As part of our commitment to increasing opportunities for students, places are available to all UofG students on two of the SRC's peer-led early-intervention support and training programmes.
It's World Mental Health Day on Wednesday 10th October!
The ‘Mind Your Mate’ training programme is a 3 hour interactive workshop covering basic mental health awareness and suicide prevention skills. The overall aim of Mind Your Mate is to reduce the barriers preventing people from accessing the help they need, provide participants with the confidence and skills to help someone in crisis and reduce the stigma around discussing mental health and suicide. Mind Your Mate forms part of the SRC’s commitment to increasing opportunities for students to access peer-led early-intervention support and training.
Please note that the SRC will be closed on Monday 16th July for the Glasgow Fair public holiday.