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Celebrating Care Leavers at SHU – National Care Leavers Week

Celebrating Care Leavers at SHU – National Care Leavers Week

National Care Leavers Week (NCLW) starts today and to celebrate we would like to invite you to join us on Thursday 26th October, 4 – 6pm at The Hideout! Nibbles and a drink provided in Hideout at THE HUBS Leave a message which we can…

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Spooky Money Mondays – Spending Web, don’t get trapped!

Spooky Money Mondays – Spending Web, don’t get trapped!

It’s starting to get a little spooky around SHU. After the sun got covered by the sandstorm last week, we’re definitely in the mood for Halloween! No matter what you’re dressing up as this year (we hope you shopped around for your outfit!) we’ve got…

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Want something new? Come to our two new Money Skills workshops!

Want something new? Come to our two new Money Skills workshops!

Worried about walking a financial tightrope? Money Skills: the Cash Circus have launched two new workshops that might be just right for you:   Money Skills: Handling Unexpected Costs A 30 minute session designed to help you plan ahead, and to hear what support is…

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Money Mondays – Budget Better

Money Mondays – Budget Better

University may be the first time you will need to manage your money, and because it’s something you will need to do for the rest of your life, it’s worth checking out how you can do this. A good way to manage your money is…

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Look after your mate week

Look after your mate week

Our Look After Your Mate Week is a campaign which aims to give more students at Sheffield Hallam the knowledge, confidence and skills you need to support your friends at university, and raise awareness of the importance of good mental health. University can be hard work –…

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Does the idea of “the LGBT community” need a rethink?

Does the idea of “the LGBT community” need a rethink?

Eleanor Formby, a Senior research fellow at Sheffield Institute of Education, has spoken to over 600 LGBT+ people for her new book. It’s clear that “the LGBT community” means different things to different people. The research looks closely at sense of place and community amoung LGBT people….

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Money Mondays – Savvy Spending

Money Mondays – Savvy Spending

It’s not getting any easier for students to afford university – the cost of living is going up and 66% of students say their maintenance loan isn’t enough. That’s why every Monday we will be sharing tips and hints to help you manage your money…

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World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day is on Tuesday 10th October – it’s an international day dedicated to raising awareness of mental health issues. We have physical health and mental health and raising awareness is key to challenging stigma, discrimination and promoting wellbeing. The theme for 2017…

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Students and Money

Students and Money

This year’s National Student Money Survey was answered by more than 2,300 university students. The findings are really interesting and a testament to you as students persevering through all the odds. If you’ve ever been frustrated by unfair stereotypes about students, these stats are for…

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Mature Student Welcome Programme

Mature Student Welcome Programme

Last Week we successfully ran our Mature Student Welcome Programme, welcoming 59 new students at City Campus and 46 new students at Collegiate. At 105 students, this is almost double the number of attendees we had last year. Here’s what some of the attendees had…

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