During this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week Edge Hill is highlighting the huge range of support their wellbeing team have put together for students and staff.
Students are staying connected in a new virtual world of social activity thanks to the efforts of Edge Hill University’s Campus Life team who are going above and beyond to support them during lockdown.
April is Stress Awareness Month and Edge Hill University is using it as an opportunity to highlight all the support available to students and staff to help them not only during the Covid-19 pandemic but in everyday life.
Staff, students and children from local schools formed a ‘human book chain’ at Edge Hill University to mark the its brand new £27m Catalyst building.
Work is on course for a late-Spring completion on the University’s new £26m Catalyst building.
Against the odds, inspirational scholarship student Jessica Johnson has overcome huge health problems and graduated from Edge Hill University, bagging herself a teaching job in the process.
Edge Hill has been ranked the safest University in the North West for the fourth year running, according to new survey results.
Edge Hill University has a new look Student Services department.
Fay Sherrington has joined the University as the new Director of Student Services and Iona Horsburgh has taken up the role of Deputy Director of Student Services.