‘Hope’ to raise awareness on campus

by | Nov 6, 2018 | Also on the blog, Campus News |

A meeting with ‘Hope’ and other friendly dogs this week could offer a ‘paws’ for thought for those seeking mental health support on campus.

All are welcome to join in the discussion in the Global Room, between 2-3pm on Wednesday 7 November, as speakers from the charity SANE, DUSA and student services will discuss mental health awareness on campus and what services are available to staff and students.

‘Tea and Coffee with Hope’ forms part of Minds Matter month, ran by DUSA in collaboration with the University’s Student Services and ISE. Find out more about what’s going on in November here.

‘Hope’ the University’s large black dog, part of SANE’s successful Black Dog campaign, will also join in the discussion and will be joined by dogs owned by members of the University community.