Join us at our Mental Health Forum and Deaf Forum in February!

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As part of both Students’ Union and University ongoing commitment to improve the student experience we are providing you with and opportunity to take part in the following forums to help us creat positive change.

d/Deaf and hard of hearing student forum – Thursday 14th February

The forum, supported by the SU, continues to work with the University on the University’s d/Deaf and hard of hearing student action plan.

We would like to hear your views and experiences of University life as a d/Deaf or hard of hearing student at University of Wolverhampton to bring about positive change.

This forum is open to all d/Deaf and hard of hearing students and any students who support removing barriers faced by d/Deaf and hard of hearing people and promoting inclusion. There will be BSL interpreters and note takes present at the forum.

The next d/Deaf and hard of hearing student forum is on Thursday 14th February 10.30-12pm (noon) in MA028.

Mental Health Forum – Tuesday 26th February

Following on from the Create Change idea “The student well-being services should make you feel well” your Students’ Union have set up a mental health forum with the University to help you have your voices heard!

The forum is a working group aimed to understand student concerns, reviewing the Student Support and Wellbeing Service’s (SSW) priorities, as well as providing a platform which allows students and the University to team up to create strategies to help student’s manage their own wellbeing and improve University services. For this event it would be beneficial for you to familiarise yourself with SSW Priorities.

The first forum is on Tuesday 26th February 2-4pm in the City SU boardroom. We welcome all students to this forum to help make positive changes.

Any queries

If you have any queries about either forum please contact Heather Lomax, Well@Wolves Co-Ordinator via heather.lomax@wlv.ac.uk.

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