Edinburgh Napier University

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1. Counselling and Mental Wellbeing

The Student Counselling & Mental Wellbeing team offers a range of support and advice for students who are experiencing stress, anxiety or other mental health issues due to personal circumstances or academic pressures. Please get in touch if you are experiencing difficulties with your mental health. Email us at counselling@napier.ac.uk or call 01314552459

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2. Disability Inclusion

We help students across all three of our campuses (Merchiston, Craiglockhart, and Sighthill), and we support students with a range of different disabilities, learning difficulties, conditions, and support needs. We are here to ensure that students get equal access to university life.

To get in touch email disabilityandinclusion@napier.ac.uk

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3. Keep on Track

The Keep on Track team support students who are having difficulties, or are thinking of leaving, to work out how the University can support them. They are here to listen, offer understanding, and help students make the right decisions for them. Students can contact the team by email: keepontrack@napier.ac.uk

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4. Chaplaincy

The Chaplaincy service is for students and staff from all faiths and from none, and provides a listening service designed to offer support and a sense of community.

Come along and meet our Chaplains at a drop-in session at the Student Centre, Merchiston (Room 5) Thursdays 1pm to 5pm.

Email: chaplaincy@napier.ac.uk

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5. Student Funding

The Student Funding team provides information, guidance and support to a wide number of students and helps them apply to a range of funds and childcare support.

Email: studentfunding@napier.ac.uk

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6. Report + Support

If you or someone you know has experienced or witnessed an incident, you can tell us anonymously or ask to speak to an Adviser via our Report + Support service. Speaking to an Adviser does not mean that you are making a formal report to the university, it is to enable you to access the support you need to make an informed decision.

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Last reviewed: 8 January 2024