Student Wellness

Student Life (STL) offers students diverse platforms to cultivate positive connections and relationships, enhance self-awareness and emotional intelligence, build resilience, and take ownership of their well-being for personal growth and happiness.

STL aims to foster an inclusive, sustainable, and enabling well-being culture to maximise the personal success of SUSS students.

By integrating the CARE framework (Connection - Awareness - Resilience - Empowerment) into its well-being programmes, STL emphasizes on four dimensions of wellness: Mental and Emotional Well-being, Physical Well-being, Intellectual and Occupational Well-being, and Social Well-being.


Wellness Programmes and Workshops

Stay updated on the latest updates, programmes and workshops by subscribing to Student Life Telegram channel.

Peer Supporters (SUSS OWLs)

The SUSS Peer Supporters, also referred to as SUSS OWLs (Our Well-being Listeners), are a group of trained students collaborating with Student Life (STL) to actively promote social, emotional, physical, and mental well-being through outreach initiatives; and provide a listening ear to peers in need.

Find out more about the OWLs here.



Useful Links

A one-stop page that connects SUSs students to various wellness resources and initiatives, including information on the:

  • various wellness initiatives and programmes organised for students
  • past and ongoing research relating to mental health by the University
  • mental health and wellness CE projects spearheaded by students
  • helplines and other resources

Find out more here

Individual counselling sessions are available to students to discuss their concerns in a safe environment without judgement in the strictest confidence of the counsellors. Find out more about C-three here.

Click here for list of useful helplines within SUSS and external organisations for the following:

  • Bullying (Cyber/Mental)
  • Harrassment
  • Personal/Confidentiality Issues
  • Substance Abuse

Click here for SUSS OWLs COVID-19 Virtual Care List on Mental and Physical Health.

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Office of Student Life (OST) - Student Wellness

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