This site hosts reports, research and campaigns relating to student mental health. It is presented as a mostly open resource for members. The USI Mental Health programme is proud to be supported and funded by the Health Service Executive National Office for Suicide Prevention.
Connecting Minds Podcast
We all have a mental health. We all need to take care of ourselves.
USI works with your SU to discover better ways of coping with the strain of student life.
It’s important to mind your mental health as best you can all year round, but especially during times of stress, such as exam season. Read on for advice and tips on ways that you can mind your mental health, and sources of support if your stress is getting on top of you. Take Breaks It […]
We have been kept busy with the Open Up campaign over the last number of weeks, travelling to campuses all over the country. So far for this semester we have visited MTU Cork, IADT, ATU Athlone, TCD, Carlow College, DCU and NCI, and we’re due to pay a visit to MTU Kerry before we break […]
On the 25th October, USI were invited to speak at the Oireachtas Committee on Education, Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science for a Roundtable discussion on Mental Health Supports in Schools and Tertiary Education. USI Mental Health Programme Manager represented the organisation. USI were invited to make a written submission to the Oireachtas […]