Cranfield University

Find out what support is available at your university or college.

1. Student Advice Centre

The Student Advice Centre is a central point of contact which offers professional and confidential advice and guidance to help students navigate their time at Cranfield and access the right resources including mental health and wellbeing services.

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2. Student Disability and Learning support

Advice and guidance on the support available to prospective and current students with a disability, a specific learning difficulty (SpLD) such as dyslexia, a mental health issue, or a long-term health condition. This includes help with completing Disabled Students Allowance application forms; specific examination adjustments and course related adjustments.

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3. Counselling services

Free confidential counselling services available by phone or online via Zoom, Skype and Microsoft Teams, to current Cranfield students. Face-to-face sessions are planned to resume from the autumn 2020 subject to government advice relating to the Coronavirus (COVID‑19) situation.

Contact the Student Advice team for more information >