Your body is your temple.
Make lifestyle choices which enable you to give of your best in your studies, and enhance your life experiences.
An OP Wellbeing advisor can be available to help you at short notice, is accessible to students and staff for teaching advice, and offers a number of support groups and workshops.
Need to talk to someone?
Find the Health and Wellbeing contact details you need, where ever you may be studying at OP.
Disability support is a free service to support OP students who identify as having a disability that will impact on their ability to participate in learning. Our aim is to support you to succeed.
Overcoming loneliness and homesickness
Experiencing daily life in a new setting, missing the life you led with family and friends, is at the same time exciting and frightening in its newness and challenges.
Taking drugs is a choice. Knowing the potential risks to your physical and psychological wellbeing is key to being in control of your life.
The Student Health Services are committed to providing caring, quality, confidential services to OP students, inclusive of all sexual orientations and gender identities. You will be treated well and stay well.
“Every cloud has a silver lining,” but when the sun refuses to shine for days, some of us need help in believing that there is a bright future. A qualified, caring OP Counselling team is available to lead you back into the sunshine.
Like many students, you feel your drinking does not impact on your health and wellbeing, but how do you really know if the amount you are drinking is harmful?
Frustration at insufficient sleep is a normal response in times of stress or grief but insomnia can be debilitating if it is frequent or severe.
No one likes a bully, not even bullies. Everyone is entitled to live and study free from fear of physical and mental harm. The OP campus has a zero tolerance policy toward bullying so that students and teachers enjoy learning and teaching in a positive learning environment.