A series of events surrounding mental health awareness happening on campus and at the library
November 4th to 10th is Mental Well-Being Awareness Week at U of G. It’s a week where campus brings awareness to mental health initiatives and resources available for students, staff and faculty. This year, we’ve created a book display that highlights mental well-being. There is also a digital display that emphasizes some of our electronic resources.
The library is also taking part in a number of events happening around campus, including a courtyard resource fair and a workshop series that tackles common exam-time stressors. All events are free and are an opportunity to learn strategies and techniques that help to better understand your mental health.
If you are interested in learning more about mental health resources that are available on and off campus, visit the Mental Health Library Guide.
Want to know more about other 1 in 5 Week events happening on campus? Take a look at the Mental Health Awareness Week event listings page.
To view what else is happening at the library this semester, visit our Workshops & Events page.