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Mentally Healthy Campus Strategy

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UWA Mentally Healthy Campus StrategyManaging the pressures of balancing study, work and a social life while and transitioning from adolescence to adulthood can be challenging.

Mental illness ranks as the highest cause of disability and death for Australians under 25 years. 

Having a healthy study-life balance will help you to enjoy your time at UWA and achieve your goals while you study. It is also important to know the signs and symptoms of common mental health issues so you can support your friends, other students and family who may be going through a tough time and refer them to the help they need.


Mentally Healthy Campus

UWA is committed to offering an equitable and inclusive environment for staff, students and the community.

The Mentally Healthy Campus Strategy aims to provide students with a greater awareness and understanding of mental health issues, give information on study-life balance, promote mental health support services and to create an inclusive campus community, free from stigma.

Our projects and services:

How to be mentally healthy: