Exam and deadline season may be looming large, but the lucky students at the University of Central Lancashire will have the perfect way of de-stressing - their very own puppy room.
Organised by the students' union as part of the 'SOS (Stressed Out Students) campaign', stressed students will get to cuddle puppies in a dedicated room.
Coordinated in partnership with the Guide Dogs charity (who will be providing the puppies), the event will be held for one day on 7 May.
Places have to be booked in advance, in order to limit the number of people in the room at any one time so that the puppies don't get stressed out.
Unsurprisingly the puppy room is already fully-booked, and the reservation list is also at maximum capacity.
The Union is keen to stress that the welfare of the puppies will be a top priority.
According to the event page on Facebook, "the puppies will have regular breaks throughout the 3 hours and be with their handlers at all times."
A separate 'chill out' room will also be set up for the puppies "if they need it".
Attendees will be asked to pay a donation of £1.50, which will go towards the Guide Dogs charity.
The occasion will apparently also be a great opportunity for the guide dogs-in-training to get used to being around people.
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