The University is committed to promoting
the mental well-being of its students. The Student Affairs
Office works closely with students, faculty and staff in mental
health promotion and education as well as nurturing a spirit
of caring within our campus community.
Throughout the academic year, Mental
Health Promotion and Education Activities such as exhibitions, workshops, classes and train-the-trainer
program are organized for students.
We work on improving the outreach efforts
and preventive measures by developing a Caring
Network of Peer Counselors including teaching assistants, hall tutor and staff. Peer Counselors, who devote themselves
to promoting the spirit of care among students in campus,
are trained to enhance their basic helping skills, understanding
of mental health knowledge, emotional management and interpersonal
We develop the Student
Mental Health Guideline for Staff/Faculty for distribution
to schools, departments and supporting units. The guideline
contains information on a broad spectrum of conditions, from
mental wellbeing to mental health difficulties or illnesses.
It aims to heighten awareness and extend knowledge of psychological
health among faculty/staff members, enabling them to adopt
appropriate measures should they identify any students facing
* Student Mental Health Guideline for Staff/Faculty
(download by eligible staff only)
Enquiry: firstname.lastname@example.org 2358-6696
Students who wish to know more about Mental Health Promotion
and Education Activities and the Caring Network of Peer
Counselors are encouraged to contact the Student Counselors
at Student Affairs Office for assistance.