Don’t struggle alone. Let’s talk!
Are you feeling low and a bit overwhelmed? Do you feel like you’re struggling? TalkCampus can help! TalkCampus is a global, peer-to-peer, mental–health–support network accessible any time, day or night with 24/7 support always on-hand.
Sometimes you just need someone to talk to. Someone who understands what you are going through because they are experiencing some of the same struggles. It can be difficult for friends and family to truly understand the challenges you are going through. Maybe when you talk to friends or family, you can’t say how you are really feeling.
Here for you, anytime.
TalkCampus offers a safe and completely anonymous space for you to connect with other learners. Talk about anything from exam stress, to work-life balance, to mental health, to relationship issues, and everything in–between without fear of judgement.
All conversations and feeds are moderated and any bullying or hate speech will not be tolerated so you are free to be you.
Protecting users is taken very seriously. All information provided and communication exchanged is kept completely confidential and will never be shared with the university.
Just a download away
The TalkCampus app is available for both Apple and Android devices. All you need is your Athabasca University email to unlock it for free! To download on your laptop or tablet, sign-up here. Your AU email is ONLY used to unlock access to sign-up, all other account information is kept strictly confidential by TalkCampus, AU does not have access to the information.
Not sure if you have an active AU email address? Follow this link to learn how to set it up!
As a third-party initiative, all tech support and platform security questions should be directed towards the TalkCampus team.
Q: How long can I talk to someone?
A: As long as you need. There are no time limits.
Q: What time can I talk to some?
A: Volunteers are available day or night, 24/7.
Q: What if I feel uncomfortable opening up to someone?
A: All conversations are completely anonymous. You can talk about almost anything to your peer without judgement.
Q: I have been diagnosed with a mental health condition, are your volunteers equipped to handle that?
A: Volunteers will be trained on how to support people from in all types of situations, but if you feel you are in danger of self-harm, your conversation will be escalated to a trained professional.