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.
The first Monday in July sees a new executive come to the SRC and today we welcome them into their posts!
This year, three students will have the opportunity to attend the 9th University Scholars Leadership Symposium in Bangkok, Thailand, from the 1-7 August. This event is sponsored by the University and delivered by the United Nations Development Programme Partnership with Humanitarian Affairs, UK.
We have three positions that are available to apply for. Read on for more information:
The university, including the SRC, will be closed on Monday for the Bank Holiday weekend. The university will open as normal on Tuesday 29th May.
After the recent strike the University confirmed that the money withheld from staff who participated in the strike would be used to benefit students.
Pay rate: Fixed rate £22 per session. £80 per day for attendance at initial training, £8.80 per hour for attending meetings.
We are pleased to announce that Freshers' and Postgraduate Helper applications are now open!
Exam De-Stress is the University of Glasgow’s student-led campaign, brought to you by all four student bodies on campus. We’re here to support you throughout the exam period with a range drop-in events aimed at reducing stress from Monday 23rd April until Friday 18th May.