Mental Health & Wellbeing

Falmouth students at the Orchard

Helping you feel safe, supported and happy at university

From a 24/7 counselling service and digital wellbeing space to connecting with our Student Support team and joining peer support groups, there are many wellbeing resources available to Falmouth students.

Someone to talk to

Learn about the 24/7 confidential counselling available to all students and how you can reach out to our friendly Student Support team.

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Digital wellbeing space

As part of the 24/7 counselling and wellbeing service, all students have access to a free digital wellbeing space. This app contains 100s of personalised plans, videos, podcasts and healthy recipes, allowing you keep track of your wellbeing journey more easily.

Log in to Spectrum Life
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Feeling that you belong to a place, to a community, is a huge factor when it comes to individual mental health and wellbeing. And at Falmouth, community is something we take very seriously. Find ways to feel more connected, below.

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Students' Union

Students' Union

The Students’ Union puts your voice at the heart of everything it does.

Students' Union
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Mentors - Bench Group Talk

Student Mentor Scheme

Falmouth's mentoring scheme matches second-year students with new first years, to help you settle in...

Student Mentor Scheme
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Students chatting in Woodlane Campus gardens

Multifaith Chaplaincy

Students and staff from every faith - and no faith - regularly drop in for pastoral and spiritual ca...

Multifaith Chaplaincy

Wellbeing events & workshops

Wellbeing Wednesdays

Wellbeing Wednesdays is a weekly workshop series, delivered on campus and online. Each week you’ll learn new techniques and ideas for boosting your wellbeing.

Georgia's Voice

Every Tuesday evening the Chaplaincy plays host to small confidential support groups for young women and non-binary students with mental health concerns.

Man Down

Man Down offers a very informal and safe environment for men and non-binary students who are struggling with mental health issues of all kinds.

Breathing Space

We know the climate and ecological crises can be overwhelming. That's why we've created 'Breathing Space', a support network that helps you learn about eco-anxiety, connect with others and use these feelings for good.

See all wellbeing events

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University Mental Health Charter

We are adopting a whole-university approach to mental health and wellbeing to create an environment where everyone can thrive.

Find out more
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More student support

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Student Health

Get advice and information about keeping your health in check.

Student Health
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Money Matters

Find key information to help you manage your finances with confidence.

Money Matters
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Falmouth Town high street bazaar

Stay Safe

Find advice on how to stay safe and where to go for help.

Stay Safe
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Speak Out

Report incidents of harassment, bullying, intimidation or discrimination on our campuses or in the w...

Speak Out
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Student Support

Discover all the support services and wellbeing resources available to Falmouth University students....

Student Support
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People sitting at benches outside The Stannary on Penryn Campus

Support for Care Leavers

Going to university can be a big move, but we can offer you support.

Support for Care Leavers