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The University's own Wellbeing Ambassadors Sarah and Neel have put together a great collection of digital resources to help you cope academically and socially during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Following recent announcements around COVID-19 levels, it’s normal to feel mānukanuka or anxious. There are simple things we can do to look after ourselves.
Read up on some tips and tricks that may help when studying from home.
We're all in this together! Students from across University faculties chat about self care and wellbeing.
If you’re unsure of what online video best practice looks like, check out these handy tips and tricks to help you get sorted.
The team at Career Development and Employability Services (CDES) has some tips for feeling calm and confident during these changing times.
There are a range of support services available to students at the University and in the community.
During stressful times, excessive alcohol and drug consumption can lead to greater issues in the long run.
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