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Meet The Edinburgh Student Support Team

The Edinburgh Student Support Services Team are here to support you throughout the year with learning support, help with funding issues and your mental health and wellbeing. They’re a friendly...

Top Ten Tips for Studying from Home

My top ten tips for studying from home by Jillian Gordon We are all going through this strange time together and for most of us that means working and studying...

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Stress Awareness Month

April is Stress Awareness Month. Whether you’re feeling that your mental health is excellent or that things are not so good, we can all struggle with the sense of feeling...

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SRUCSA Sports Day at Oatridge

On 23th May 2018, SRUCSA organised it’s first ever Sports Day. The event was held at SRUC Oatridge Campus during lunchtime and was supported by the Sports and Activities Officer...

Mental Health Awareness Week: Combatting stress

We’ve put together a video featuring tips on how to combat stress, in support of Mental Health Awareness Week.

Pictured: The statue of Shady the black dog is unveiled at SRUC’s Ayr campus by, from left to right, Wayne Powell (SRUC Principal), Sandy Cumming (Chair of SRUC Board); Jim Hume, Convenor of the National Rural Mental Health Forum; Sonia Filby (SRUC Student Experience Manager); and Gemma Jones (President of the SRUC Students’ Association).

Shady the Dog

Meet Shady the Dog. As a symbol of our commitment to help students struggling with depression, we have unveiled a statue of a black dog, named Shady, at our Ayr...

Shady the dog statute sits at the front doors of SRUC Ayr campus under an SRUC branded cloth

Shady the Black Dog at SRUC

Shady the Black Dog, our mental health awareness mascot, has arrived at SRUC Ayr and is sitting awaiting the grand unveiling on Wednesday 1st November at SRUC Ayr. As you...