TalkCampus has arrived at
The University of New England!
Get instant support for your mental health any time of day and night through the TalkCampus app. Student life can be incredibly tough. At TalkCampus we’re here for the moments when you just need a friend. Talk anonymously to students around the world going through the exact same struggles you are any time of day or night.
This is a safe place where you can talk anonymously about anything and get support for your mental health and whatever is on your mind.
Download TalkCampus for free today!
Download TalkCampus for free today using your university email address and make right now and everything after it a little bit better. Let’s talk and figure this life thing out together.
Become a TalkCampus Volunteer!
We’re looking for incredible people like you to join our TalkCampus volunteering programme! We’ve designed our volunteering opportunities to fit into your busy schedule and to provide a flexible way of getting involved with the community. We train students as community peer supporters and provide online training to equip you with skills around how to support someone online.
- No designated shifts. Volunteer where and when it works for you.
- Flexible training and development. Learn at your own pace and in your own style.
- Take a break whenever you need to. Your mental health is so important.
- Become part of a global community. Meet people and make friends from all walks of life!
You can register your interest to become a TalkCampus volunteer here!
TalkCampus will not share any student’s personal information outside of their organisation, unless a student is considered at risk of serious and imminent threat to the life, health, or safety to themselves or another person. In these instances, an incident report will be sent to UNE’s Counselling and Psychological Services sharing only the student’s email address and the necessary information surrounding the incident. ** This will enable the UNE team to reach out and offer their assistance***This may also include the student’s geographical location, if it is deemed necessary as part of their escalation policy, and a brief outline of the risk. They may also share personal information with emergency services if they consider that the disclosure is reasonably necessary to lessen or prevent a serious risk as described above.