FAQS

How do I write for the Student Minds Blog?


Visit our Write For The Blog page to share your student mental health story! You can type your blog into the submission box, or just choose that you're interested in writing a blog and we'll help you put it together.

Can I be anonymous?


Of course! We can publish your blog post without information about the author. If you want to operate under an exciting pseudonym, that’s also an option – and if you have no ideas for pseudonyms, we can help you think of one.

Who will see my blog post?


Student Minds has a national online reach, and we like to shout about everything that students have to say about mental health. All of the blogs posted will be publicised across our networks, and will potentially reach thousands of people.

What is Student Minds?



Student Minds is the UK’s student mental health charity. We empower students and members of the university community to develop the knowledge, confidence and skills to look after their own mental health, support others and create change. We train students and staff in universities across the UK to deliver student-led peer support interventions as well as research-driven campaigns and workshops. By working collaboratively across sectors, we share best practice and ensure that the student voice influences decisions about student mental health.

Together we will transform the state of student mental health so that all in higher education can thrive.
You can check out the work we do at our website. We’re constantly sharing tips for looking after your mental health on Facebook and Twitter, which is where we’ll keep you in the loop with opportunities for getting involved with the work we do.

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