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About this app

Get support and support others. Student life isn’t easy - but you’re never alone! Safely share struggles with self-harm, depression, anxiety, stress, eating disorders, bullying or suicidal feelings without judgement.

If your Campus has signed up to TalkCampus you can download and login for free with your University email address and start getting support right now! If you want TalkCampus to come to your university let us know!

Feel better when you’re struggling and improve your mental health. Peer support is a well evidenced way of helping you to feel better when you’re struggling. Life has its ups and downs and talking to like minded people, many of whom may be going through something similar can really help.

TalkCampus is a peer-support community that values research, evidence and impact to make sure you get the best help possible. We are clinically governed and take safeguarding very seriously.

This is your safe social network where you can talk anonymously about your worries and how you are really feeling any time of the day or night with students from all over the world. If you want to talk about it, someone else does too. No judgements. No bullying. Just people who get you.

Sometimes, life’s too darn hard to go through alone. We’d all feel a little better if we just felt safe and heard. So come join us and Download TalkCampus for free today. Let’s talk and figure this life thing out together.

Share life’s ups and downs
• Talk about life’s struggles in a safe and supportive environment that’s just for students. No bullies or BS here. And we’re silly serious about that.
• Help new friends out by sharing tips and advice from your own experiences. It’s amazing how helpful you can be to someone out there, just by being you!
• Open up or post anonymously – it’s totally up to you. However you want to talk? We let you do it just that way.
• Safely share struggles with anxiety, depression, stress, bipolar, self-harm, anorexia or suicidal feelings.
• Literally thousands of people are always on TalkCampus-- at any time -- just waiting to listen and offer emotional support.

Get involved with a community of students just like you
• Personally chat with or send gifts to other TalkCampus users you find common ground with.
• Read and comment on interesting and inspirational content from the TalkCampus blog. We honestly wanna hear from you!

You’re never alone here. At TalkCampus, we’re here for the moments when you just need a friend, no matter where they are. We’re here when you’re looking for someone who just understands you and what you’re going through (because someone always does). Sure, life is full of highs and lows and student life can be pretty darn tough. But it’s full of highs and lows for each and every one of us. So why do we always try to go it alone? At TalkCampus, we’ve created a place where we can all work through life together. Because everything is better together. Everything. Peanut butter and jelly have proven this for like, at LEAST eight decades now.
Updated on
13 Jun 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region and age The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
App info and performance
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, App activity and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

292 reviews
Alison Taylor
14 September 2021
Connected me to other students and helped me realize I wasn't alone in dealing with mental health struggles and life hiccups. It felt good to be on something that catered specifically to students (I'm the only one among my family and friends right now). The app also stages interventions and offers contact info for support if you appear to be in crisis, which is helpful (although startling, especially if you're not used to someone caring/noticing). Will keep using! :)
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Dominic Mahon
16 May 2024
impressive, nice clean design and great peer support
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Karen How
9 June 2024
Very helpful, and encouraging.
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What's new

+ Follow-ups to see how users are feeling, shortly after they have made a post
+ Several smaller UI improvements to key parts of the app