You Are More Than Your Studies

We know this is a really difficult time and that studying, exams and assessments may be different to what you were expecting this term. Remember, you are more than your studies, so make sure that alongside studying and revision you take some time to relax, do something you enjoy and check-in on your mental health and wellbeing.

The Advice Centre at SUSU offer practical advice and help for academic, housing and financial issues. The University's Enabling Services team offer mental health and wellbeing support, as well as support for students with disabilities, mental health conditions or specific learning difficulties.

Sabbs Relaxation Tips video

Sabbs Relaxation Tips

Our Sabbs share some ideas for relaxing and taking a break when things get stressful - whether it's painting, yoga or even practising kayaking in the garden!

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Society virtual events

Society virtual events

From spending some quali-tea time with Tea Society, trying yoga with YogaSoc or crafting with Hookers, Knitters & Stitchers, our societies are hosting some great online events this week!

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Enabling Services Mindfulness Meditation
Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness meditation can be an effective way to help manage stress, improve your concentration and focus. Enabling Services are running two free mindfulness meditation sessions this week - find out more on our calendar.

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Sport and Wellbeing: Be Active

Sport and Wellbeing: Be Active

Join in with lots of free online exercise and sports with Sport and Wellbeing - available to all Southampton students.

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Exam Dos and Don'ts video

Exam Dos and Don'ts

Hear top tips from students on what you should remember to do in your exams and assessments... plus what you should definitely not do!

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The Advice Centre

The Advice Centre: academic support

Visit our Advice Centre's Academic Support page for online guides on academic integrity, appeals, special considerations and more.

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Special Considerations

Special Considerations

If you feel you've experienced situations out of your control which have impacted on your assessed work you can apply for Special Considerations. This year you don't need to provide evidence, but it does help your case. Find guides on how to apply on our academic support page.

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Academic Skills Hub: 1-2-1 support

Academic Skills Hub: 1-2-1 support

The Library have moved their Academic Skills Hub appointments online, so you can still access their support virtually on things like study skills, referencing and academic integrity.

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Academic Skills Hub: avoiding plagiarism

Academic Skills Hub: avoiding plagiarism

Watch free online workshops from the Library's Academic Skills Hub on referencing and how to avoid plagiarism. They are also running more online workshops this term.

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