Find out what support is available at your university or college.
1. Mental Health Advice
Our Mental Health Advisor supports students with emerging concerns about their mental health, or who experience severe and enduring mental health issues. She arranges mentoring support, advises about DSA funding, identifies arrangements to help reduce barriers to study and can liaise with healthcare providers and University staff.
Our counsellors can provide up to six sessions of therapy in a safe, non-judgmental environment where thoughts and feelings can be expressed and explored with a trained and understanding listener. Emotional, social or work/study-related issues can be discussed with the counsellor.
3. Welfare Advice
The Welfare Adviser provides information, advice and guidance on a wide range of practical and personal issues including hardship funds, student finance, benefits, tax credits, debt, budgeting, childcare, housing, pregnancy, harassment, abuse, forced marriage and advises students who are care-experienced or have cut ties with their families.