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Be Well

Find supportive events, tips and tools to help you stay positive and productive while studying at Bath.

Be Well Events

A range of events, activities workshops and courses to support your wellbeing.

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We run a wide range of events to support your wellbeing; from social activities such as dog walking, cooking and gardening to workshops to support your mental health on topics such as anxiety and having a good day. Some events run weekly or each semester so browse the full timetable to see what you can get involved in.

Be Well – The App

Provides you with tools to build healthy positive habits.

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Download the free Be Well app which provides you with the tools to start building healthy, positive habits into your everyday life. Explore resources such as podcasts, blogs and activities, track your wellbeing, set daily habits or view the feed for wellbeing events.

Be Well – Talk Now

Be Well - Talk Now gives you access to support from an adviser by phone or live chat 24 hours a day to talk you through any problems you may have.

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Be Well Talk Now is a confidential service to give you immediate advice and support 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. You are able to access the service via phone, video call or live chat from anywhere in the world.

Six Ways to Be Well

Six ways to Be Well helps you maintain or build your overall wellbeing in small steps.

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Be Well breaks down wellbeing into six themes to show that being healthy is about making small positive changes over a few different areas. Balance is the key and Be Well has been designed to help you identify the small areas you can focus on to improve your overall wellbeing.

Be Well blog

A blog with tips on maintaining a healthy lifestyle as a Bath student.

The Be Well blog shares helpful tips and hints to look after your wellbeing. Many of the blogs are written by students for students so you can see first-hand what works.

Contact Student Support

You can contact Student Support by phone, email or by coming to the Student Support Helpdesk.