We provide wellbeing and welfare advice and support to all students. You can come and talk to us about anything that's bothering you.
Support that Student Services is providing.
Wellbeing Advisers give students help and advice on all welfare and wellbeing issues.
Coping with feelings of loneliness and isolation, where to get advice and support and what to do if you are worried about another student.
If you are a student who has been affected by sexual assault, harassment or rape we can advise you on how to get help and support.
If you have questions about using drugs and other substance misuse, you can find information here including where to get help and advice.
Guidance on emotional and practical support the University can offer you if you are a trans student
Have a look here to see some self-help resources you can access.
Read Well is a joint project run by Students Services and the Library to offer books that can support your wellbeing.
We run a number of activities to help you improve your wellbeing. All activities are free but do require booking. Have a look below at what we offer.
Fika is an app that aims to help you to maintain your mental fitness in the same way as you take care of your physical fitness.
Our service is made up of specialist professional Wellbeing Advisers. We provide a confidential service to all students offering emotional support, practical advice, social activities or just a listening ear.
Contact us by phone or email.