Take a look at the upcoming events from the wellbeing team, across the University and in the city.
Settling into university
Whether you are new to Hallam or a returning student, settling in can feel overwhelming and it's not unusual to feel worried or anxious. Often people start to feel more comfortable as they become familiar with their surroundings and get to know the people around them.
If you are worried and would like to speak to someone about your feelings, our Multi-faith chaplaincy team are available to provide a friendly listening ear to students from all faiths and non. More information about chaplaincy support.
We regularly email details of these activities, including how to book, to students who have autism or multiple as their disability categories with the University. For more information, please see The Social webpage.
The Zoom Social Quiz about Universities on Thursday 21st September is now postponed until Thursday 5th October from 3:30pm - 4:30pm. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.
Peer Support and Jenga – Wednesday 27th September 2:30pm – 3:30pm
Trip to Tabby Teas Cat Café – Friday 29th September 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Support from Student Space
Student Space is a 24/7 support service developed by the charity Student Minds, offering support over text, phone, webchat and email.
Togetherall is a safe, online community
where people support each other anonymously. Sheffield Hallam provides
free access for all students and staff. The Togetherall community is
always here for you if you need support.