Being well, doing well report offers insight into student wellbeing and mental health

Download your free copy of our report 'Being well, doing well' summary report: '10 things you need to know about student mental health' 

Doing well at university is intimately related to being well, and mental ill-health significantly compromises the ability of students to cope with, and keep up with, the demands of their studies.

In 2017-18, Alterline’s ‘Being well, doing well’ project brought together 14 students’ unions  to develop robust and insightful evidence about student mental health and wellbeing. The mixed-method study, became one of the largest of its kind with just under 13,000 students completing our survey. You can download our summary report '10 things you need to know about student mental health' below.

Interested in building your own local evidence base on student wellbeing?

In 2019-20, we plan to continue to build on the evidence gathered to date. We are inviting unions who did not take part last time to run the Being well, doing well survey on their campus and capture fresh local evidence. Participating in this projects means that you will also be given the full strategic insight report from 17/18. Unions who took part last time will be able to track and monitor change on their campus. Find our more about how to join the project here.