Teesside University

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

1. Counselling Service

Our Counselling Service is dedicated to providing students with quality counselling and support through a range of different counselling pathways. Due to current restrictions, the Counselling Team are no longer seeing students on campus. Counselling is currently only available online via Microsoft Teams for students. We realise that in some cases issues are long standing and difficult to resolve. Our interventions are intended, in partnership with you, to find more meaningful and purposeful ways for you to engage with the University.

Find out more about the counselling service

2. Disability & Mental Health Services

Our Disability Service provides advice and guidance to disabled students who may need reasonable adjustments in place to support them with their studies. Our Mental Health Service provides students with advice on how to manage mental health, including help to develop coping strategies and assisting with accessing appropriate external specialist services.

Email the Disability Service for more information

3. Welfare & Finance Advice Team

Our finance advisers are available throughout the year to give you advice and information on money matters. We can offer general advice and guidance including information on tuition fees, student loans, delayed funding loans, welfare benefits and much more.

Email the Welfare & Finance Advice Team

Last reviewed: 7 October 2020