Starting university is a really significant moment. For many it is the first time you have lived away from home. You may be in a brand new city, or even country. It is a time full of change, opportunity and new experiences. This can be a really positive and exciting time. However, it can also be really challenging. Many students find this a difficult and unsettling season, and that is ok.
If you’ve landed here, chances are you’re finding uni hard. Here we want to offer some solidarity from other students who have come out of the other side of those difficult few months, and some biblical truths that speak into seasons of loneliness, mental health struggles, doubt and messing up.
Sometimes we make bad decisions. If that's you, you're not alone. Do how do we move forward?
One of the many challenges students may face when they begin uni is learning how to become an adult. Here are some tips.
Doubt is part of the Christian life. But if you’re in that space, knowing this doesn’t make it easier. We face so many questions and these can feel more in-your-face when you first get to uni.
Starting university is a time full of new people. And yet, for many, this is one of the most isolating times.
For many students, uni can be a challenging time when it comes to mental health. There are many reasons, and it may be best to seek professional help, but here are some thoughts that might help you.
Harry and Yuyu have shared something of their story and experience of mental health struggles when they came to university.
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