STUDENTS in Dumfries and Galloway are being asked to share their views on mental health support at college.
The Mental Health Foundation Scotland aims to improve mental health and wellbeing support at colleges across the country and wants to receive the widest variety of students as possible.
The results of the study and subsequent recommendations for mental health support within colleges will be available later this year, with participants to the survey offered the chance to enter into a prize draw with three students at each college winning a share of £150.
Associate director at mental health foundation Scotland Julie Cameron said: “We’re eager to hear from students about their experiences, both positive and negative.
“We want to learn from their knowledge and ideas about what works and what’s needed to prevent and support mental health problems at college.”
To participate in the survey visit www.mentalhealth.org.uk/scotland/supporting-students-thrive.