Find out what support is available at your university or college.
1. Student Advice
Student Advice consists of Student Services officers and advisers who are here to offer you support with all aspects of university life.
If you have a general query or even need help accessing your course information, our officers can do just that. No question is too big or small, and they can help you book appointments with our specialist teams too.
- Telephone: 0113 812 3000
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Student Wellbeing
Student Wellbeing offer advice, psychoeducation, counselling, mental health support and specialist mentoring, as well as referral to other helpful support services and resources.Our experienced practitioners offer appointments at both campuses and online. To access our service please complete our short online form. You can then self-book an assessment appointment where you can discuss any difficulties you're experiencing, and we can work out together what type of support would best meet your needs.
3. Disability Advice
We offer support, information and guidance on disability related matters within our university. Support is available to students with a range of disabilities and long term conditions such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, mental health conditions (e.g. depression, anxiety), long term health conditions (e.g. epilepsy, IBS, diabetes), autism, physical or sensory conditions.
We are available Monday to Friday 09:00 – 17:00. If our phone lines are busy why not use our Call Back form and we will try to get back to you within one working day.
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: 0113 812 5831
4. Student Money
Your Student Money team can provide advice about student funding, benefits and budgeting.
We can provide advice over the phone and at appointments.
- We run a Money Advice Line on 0113 812 5593. It is open Monday – Thursday between 10:00 and 12:00
- You can also contact the team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also request a call back outside of these hours by completing our Contact Form and we aim to get back to you within two working days.
The Chaplaincy is here for staff and students. All conversations are confidential. Chaplains are available for drop-in visits and for appointments, and we have a 24/7 emergency phone service.
Use the Chaplaincy:
- Whether you have a faith (Christian, Jewish, Muslim etc.) or have no religious beliefs
- When you need someone independent and confidential to talk to
- If you’re finding life difficult or you have a tricky decision to make
- If you have lost someone close to you
- If you want to explore spirituality
- We will not try to make you religious, we are here to help you in any way that we can.
6. Support Report Respect
We understand that experiencing behaviours or incidents of discrimination, harassment, abuse, violence or hate, of any kind, can be very difficult to work through on your own.Our support information provides details of university-based services available, as well as external specialist support. If you have experienced a behaviour or incident(s) that made you feel unsafe, we hope we can help you with accessing the support that is best for you. If you so wish, we can also help you make an informed decision about taking the disclosure further to a formal report. You can work through this with a trained and highly experienced Student Harassment and Sexual Misconduct Adviser from the university. If you do not wish to access support, you can still disclose the incident anonymously.
To disclose an incident, complete the online form or for more information visit our dedicated Support Report Respect webpages.
7. Leeds Beckett Students' Union Advice
Our Advice Service provides free, confidential and independent help to all students at Leeds Beckett.
We've helped students with course issues, financial problems, house hunting and really anything that might crop up.