City, University of London

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1. Student Adviser Team

The Student Adviser team are based in the Student Centre. We work Monday - Friday between 10am-4pm and from 11am-4pm on Thursdays. You can locate us on the 2nd floor of University Building.

We act as your first port of call to receive friendly, professional, and efficient advice and guidance related to your life as a student at City.

We provide general advice, produce documents, signpost to services across the university, and provide both practical and emotional support that will help you throughout your time at City including any issues that may arise for you during the cost-of-living crisis.

Find out more about the Student Adviser Team

2. Student Health & Wellbeing

Student Health & Wellbeing includes four teams who provide practical, emotional and specialist disability related support to our students.

Student Health and Wellbeing is based on the first floor of the Drysdale building. We are open and available to all City students.

Our student facing opening hours are 10am - 4pm Monday to Friday. General working hours are 9am - 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Student Health and Wellbeing Engagement Service
offers health and wellbeing promotion, first contact conversations, drop-in sessions and individual consultations around general wellbeing.

Student Disability and Neurodiversity Service
offers support and guidance, including reasonable adjustments for students with long-term health condition(s), physical disability or ASD. Also offers personalised, individual specialist study skills advice and reasonable adjustments for students with Specific learning differences.

Student Mental Health Service
offers practical and emotional support throughout studies, including specialist mentoring support and reasonable adjustment recommendations

Student Counselling Service
offers confidential counselling to support and help understand any issues or difficulties which may affect wellbeing, and learn how to manage psychological health

Find out more about Student Health & Wellbeing

3. City Cares

City Cares is City's dedicated support network for care-experienced students, young adult carers, young estranged students, refugees and asylum seekers. City Cares offers a range of support to help you navigate the ups and downs of your student journey from enrolment to graduation.

We work remotely Monday - Friday between 10am-4pm and from 11am-4pm on Thursdays. We offer in person appointments on Tuesdays 11am - 1pm & Thursdays 11am - 4pm locates in the Student Centre on the 2nd floor of University Building.

Find out more about City Cares

Last reviewed: 10 November 2023