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Wellbeing & Mental Health

Positive emotional Wellbeing & Mental Health are fundamental to all our lives, they underpin everything we do, how we think, feel, act and behave.

Emotional and mental wellbeing is as important as physical health, and the Wellbeing Community is here for students who might otherwise feel excluded or disempowered to get involved and have a voice in CUSU.

Coffee Chat
8th April 10am - noon
CU Coventry Mile Lane
Join us for a Coffee and Chat
Drag Aerobics with Dolly Trolley
8th April 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Online: https://www.facebook.com/dollytrolleydrag/
It's more than a little camp. If you like high-octane spandex, wigs and exercise it's one for you!
Self-isolation Sing-along
9th April 8:30pm - 9:30pm
https://www.facebook.com/events/651636078971942/
Come to this East End of London inspired online sing-along
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Ding! Ding! Microwaves are coming to campus!

The wait is almost over - microwaves are coming to Coventry University London Campus

Volunteer against Covid-19

We have opportunities to volunteer in key roles to combat the effects of Covid-19. Can you help out at Trussell Trust Food Bank? Or become an NHS Volunteer Responder? Click the article to find out if you are eligible and sign up!

Digital Volunteering - Volunteer from the comfort of your room!

We have opportunities to volunteer from the comforts of your own space! With a wonderful and diverse range of activities, from wildlife conservation to translations you can make a positive difference in the world from your fingertips.

Student Volunteering Week 2020 - Round up!

From the 10th - 16th of February the Student Life Department put together a full week's worth of volunteering activities for any staff and students to get involved in to help celebrate the national Student Volunteering Week. Here's what we got up to!

From Zero to Masters Hero!

When Bashir Gharwal came to the UK in 2010 from his native country of Afghanistan, he could not speak very much English. Now he is recognised as the joint recipient of the Coventry University Students' Union - Student Of The Year Award.