Wellbeing at UniSA
UniSA’s Wellbeing Vision
UniSA strives to be a leading health promoting university where members of our community can grow, connect and learn together in a safe, respectful and inclusive environment.
We are committed to helping our students to build resilience and thrive while they are here and long after they graduate. Our mission is to build a healthy campus community that feels inspired to achieve the best possible health and wellbeing.
Wellbeing is about more than just physical and mental health. Wellbeing is influenced by many things including:
- what you do each day
- the relationships in your life
- your standard of living
- how you participate in life and deal with life’s challenges
- your health and energy levels
The demands of study can make it hard to sustain a focus on your health and wellbeing. But a big part of being able to do your best at university is learning to strike the right balance.
Sport, Sleep, Eating, Stress, Ergonomics, Sexual Health and Pregnancy.
Relationships, Sexuality, Grief, Failures, Stress, Personal Crisis and Anxiety.
Making healthy food choices doesn’t have to be complicated, boring or expensive. These resources will help you to make food choices simple, inexpensive and enjoyable.
There are plenty of places to relax and unwind on campus. Check out these videos to find out where!
Meditation, Mindfulness, Procrastination and time management, Problem solving and motivation.
Make use of the uni’s free counselling service.
Find out how you can get support if you have experienced sexual violence.
Working with our students as partners is vital to UniSA’s Wellbeing vision and mission.
Learn about some of the University’s achievements in creating a healthy campus community.
View the list of Wellbeing publications relevant to the Wellbeing of university communities.
batyr are here to give a voice to the elephant in the room and start positive conversations on the topic of mental ill health around campus.
Need further assistance?
Your one-stop-shop for student services. UniSA general enquiries: 1300 301 703.