Mental Health at University
This survey explores factors that may enable or prevent people from speaking openly about mental health issues, and periods of distress, and seeking support while at University. It has been funded by a grant from the See Me Community Innovation Fund.

Benjamin McElwee is working in partnership with the University of Strathclyde and their Disability Service in order to explore whether the University is doing all that it can to support individuals with mental health problems and distress.

The survey is open to anyone currently studying at university. There will also be focus groups, in order to gather more in-depth opinions and perspectives.

If you would like any more information on this survey, or to participate in one of the focus groups, please contact benjamin.mcelwee@seemescotland.org.

Furthermore, if you are interested in mental health disclosure at University of Strathclyde, please get in touch.

All information will remain anonymous.

For a chance to win a £50 Love2shop voucher after completion, email benjamin.mcelwee@seemescotland.org to be entered into a random draw.

Gender *
Age *
Which university do you attend? *
Your answer
Year at University
Do you consider yourself to have mental health issues?
Have you ever been given a diagnosis of having a mental health issue?
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