Wellbeing pop ups during SWOT Vac - Section contents

Studying for exams is hard work - take some time to relax and unwind.

Wellbeing stalls will be popping up in campus libraries during SWOT Vac! Facilitated by your friendly Peer Health Advocates and the Student Involvement and Advice team, they'll be sharing their tips on staying healthy during exams while handing out fun freebies at a different library each day.

Wellbeing pop ups schedule

Wednesday 23 October, 1-3pm

Southbank Library

  • Free fruit
  • Massages
  • Wellbeing goodies
  • Dog cuddles
  • Wellbeing – Body Mind Boost and Art Exploration
  • Free hugs from Barry the Bear
  • Writing and referencing drop-ins

Monday 28 October, 1-3pm

Giblin Eunson Library

  • Free fruit
  • Massages
  • Wellbeing goodies
  • Dog cuddles
  • Free hugs from Barry the Bear
  • Study and learning drop-ins will also be available at this library from 12-6pm to help you with academic writing, maths and stats, or library research.

Tuesday 29 October, 1-3pm

Baillieu Library

  • Free fruit
  • Massages
  • Wellbeing goodies
  • Dog cuddles
  • Free hugs from Barry the Bear
  • Study and learning drop-ins will also be available at this library from 12-6pm to help you with academic writing, maths and stats, or library research.

Wednesday 30 October, 1-3pm

Union House

  • Free fruit
  • Massages
  • Wellbeing goodies
  • Free hugs from Barry the Bear

Thursday 31 October, 1-3pm

Eastern Resource Centre

  • Free fruit
  • Massages
  • Wellbeing goodies

Try our pop-up study spaces

During SWOT Vac and exams, we’re also transforming classrooms into cosy study zones to create 1500+ extra seats. Spaces will include healthy snacks to keep you going!

Check locations and open hours


Manage stress

It's normal to feel stressed when you're busy with assessments and exams. Here's a few things you can do to keep on top of it:


Find services

The University offers a range of services to support your health and wellbeing. Learn more about key services you may need during exams: