Mental Health Agreement

RGU strives to create a culture within our community that promotes and supports positive wellbeing in order to create the best possible student experience. 

The Student Mental Health Agreement outlines the University and Union's commitment to improving the mental wellbeing of all students through activities and initiatives. With the guidance of NUS Scotland, RGU has mapped this effort through the following five main objectives: 

 

 

How to Get Involved

Contact our President of Education & Welfare (presew@rguunion.co.uk) to find out about the many opportunities RGU and RGU:Union have to offer! 

Resources

Please take a look at the following resources to help you with any mental health issues you may come across during your time at RGU: 
 

Internal Resources

RGU Nightline
Student-Led Peer to Peer Helpline
Website
e: Listening@rgu.nightline.ac.uk  tel: 01224 26 36 46
 
RGU:Union Student Advice Co-ordinator
RGU:Union Advice & Support Department
e: advice@rgu.ac.uk  tel: 01221 26 22 66
 
Counselling & Wellbeing at RGyoU
Student Counselling & Wellbeing Centre
Website
 
Disability & Dyslexia
RGU Disability & Dyslexia Advice & Support
Website
e: inclusion@rgu.ac.uk  tel: 01224 26 21 03
 

External Resources

Student Minds
The UK's Student Mental Health Charity
Website
 
SAMH
Scotland's Mental Health Charity
Website
 
The Mental Health Foundation
Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
Website
 
Think Positive
NUS Scotland Mental Wellbeing Initiative
Website
 
NHS 24
Health Information & Self-Care Advice for Scotland
Website
 
Prevent Suicide App
Download
 
Samaritans
Counselling & Suicide Prevention
Website
tel: 116 123

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