Stress Less

18 Oct 2021 from 12:00am - 29 Oct 2021 until 12:00am

Stress Less

The Stress Less initiative is back for the end of Semester 2 with online activities, entertainment and strategies to help you cope with and manage stress in the lead up to exams or big assessments.

Here's what to expect:

On Track

  • On Track is our specialised resource page containing tips and information on how to stress less plus links to important and useful support services available to you. This page is always available, but at this time of year we like to encourage you to pay a visit and keep yourself on track.

'Show us how you Stress Less' photo competition

  • Student Central are holding an online photo competition inviting you to show us how you Stress Less. This might be the sunset on your favourite walk, gardening, creating arts/crafts, exercise, even making a mask! You could win one of three $100 Woolworths vouchers - so take your shot and upload it HERE.

Free Online Fitness Classes with NUsport

  • NUsport are offering free access for eligible students eligible students in line with NSW Govenment Public Heath Orders to The Forum University Gym during Weeks 12 and 13! They're also hosting a series of free online fitness classes for students, giving you the opportunity to exercise and recharge in the comfort of your own home!

    To express your interest, please email Sally Hinchey:

Activities with UNSA

  • The University of Newcastle Students' Association (UNSA) have put together an impressive range of online events and activities to help you take a break from study and recharge your batteries - including laughing yoga (yes) and an art lesson! Visit their website or find them on Facebook for full details.

Live @ Home

  • The University of Newcastle Students Facebook page has been sharing live music performances from a bunch of talented students in their own home for you to enjoy in yours! With Stress Less we're keeping the good tunes playing so keep your ears up and your eyes out!
  • Online

The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.