Richmond American University London

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1. Wellbeing Appointments

Students can reach out to our Student Health & Wellbeing Officer, Monica De Freitas, where they can discuss any concerns or worries whilst at university. Her role is to provide information, guidance, and support to students across a range of topics. Monica can also signpost you to local and national services for additional support.

Find out more about Wellbeing Appointments

2. Counselling Service

Richmond has a great counselling team for both campuses (London and Leeds) and all counsellors are available remotely and face-to-face. All Richmond students can access 6 free counselling sessions per semester.

Find out more about the Counselling Service

3. Student Leader Team

We are lucky to have an amazing team of Student Leaders: Peer mentors, Peer tutors, Residence Life (ResLife) and Student Government. Our Student Leaders are here to help, support and guide students along their journey through university.

Peer Mentors: current Richmond students who work to support others settle into university life and achieve their potential in our liberal arts curriculum.

Peer Tutors: current students who are paid by the University to offer academic support to others across a range of subject areas.

Residence Life: student staff living in the same accommodation, know the University and London well so are excellent resources in the first weeks of term.

The Student Government Association: a student-run collective led by an Executive team of officers elected by students at Richmond. The SGA represents Richmond students in relation to the academic experience, social opportunities, and the student experience.

Find our more about the Student Leader Team

Last reviewed: 5 April 2024