Life’s a juggling act when it comes to managing study, work, and your social life. Feeling drained and stressed? Don’t worry! Prioritise your well-being with our stress-relief workshops and weekly activities that will help you find your Zen. You’ll make new friends and boost those feel-good endorphins, making it all a breeze to handle!
Enjoy free yoga and breakfast every Tuesday at 7:30AM during the session in the Clubs Room (Building 11). No registration needed.
Take a break from studying with free art and craft activities on the Duck Pond Lawn every Wednesday during the session, 12PM – 1:30PM.
Join us for free breakfast every Wednesday during the session on the Duck Pond Lawn, starting at 8AM until it’s all gone. Open to UOW students!
Get groovy with the Happy Body Hula team every Wednesday from 12PM to 1:30PM on the Duck Pond Lawn. Enjoy a free hula hooping lesson.
Dealing with challenging times is a normal part of life, and it’s okay to feel overwhelmed. Whether you’re personally affected or supporting a friend or family member through tough times, UOW provides a supportive community and a range of on-campus services to help you navigate these difficult situations. You’re not alone!
Remember, while websites are a valuable resource, in-person counselling and support are equally essential.
If you have concerns about your well-being or life circumstances, don’t hesitate to schedule a face-to-face appointment with someone who can help.
Practice your daily meditation and mindfulness exercises from any device.
Smiling Mind is a unique tool developed by psychologists and educators to help bring balance to your life. Only 10 minutes a day is all you need to see real changes. What are you waiting for?
Headspace assists individuals facing a range of challenges, including stress, anxiety, and depression. Offering a secure platform to connect and access valuable resources for improved mental well-being, Headspace is easily accessible online or over the phone, providing the flexibility you need for support.
In the rollercoaster of life, good days and bad days are common. When you have thoughts weighing on your mind or feel overwhelmed, reaching out to someone can make a significant difference. Beyond Blue is here to lend an empathetic ear and provide guidance, helping you navigate the path to additional support when needed.
Lifeline is committed to offering 24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention services to every Australian facing personal crises. With a focus on connection, compassion, and hope, Lifeline empowers Australians to become suicide-safe, providing a lifeline during their most challenging moments.
The Safe and Respectful Communities (SARC) team is committed to creating a safe and respectful environment across all UOW campuses. SARC is responsible for supporting students who have witnessed or experienced sexual assault, harassment, domestic and family violence, bullying or discrimination. SARC is also leading the university’s prevention work in this space.
Have an emergency or feeling unsafe? Call UOW Security on 4221 4900 or on extension 4900 from a UOW phone or via a campus security telephone.
Or raise an alert through the SafeZone app if you are on campus or in the surrounding area. The UOW Security team will respond and seek assistance from emergency services.