University of Exeter

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1. Wellbeing and Welfare Services

Wellbeing Services are here to help students get the most out of their time at University. Health and wellbeing are crucial ingredients of effective study as well as a rich and fulfilling student experience, but staying well in body and mind isn’t always easy at University. For students with disabilities and long-term health conditions we understand that you may need support to manage your health and wellbeing, as well as your studies, whilst at University. We recognise that it’s much more difficult to learn and enjoy student life when practical and personal difficulties arise. Wellbeing Services can offer a range of services to support students personally and in their studies when difficulties occur.

Wellbeing Services is our umbrella term for the multiple wellbeing teams we have here at the University. We are made up of three main pathways including:

  • Psychological Therapies Pathway
  • Mental Health Pathway
  • AccessAbility Pathway
  • Wellbeing Services also includes our Welfare team and the Exeter Access Centre.

Find out more about Wellbeing Services >

2. Wellbeing and coronavirus web information and advice

We’ve created this web section to help you find the support and information you need to take care of your mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus pandemic - whether you are a student or a member of staff.

For further information and support, you can always contact Occupational Health (all staff and PGRs), Wellbeing Service (Exeter students and PGRs) or Living Support and The Compass (Cornwall students and PGRs).

The COVID-19 outbreak is an enormous change to all our lives, so it’s perfectly natural to go through a wide range of emotions and there is no right way to feel. Our health and wellbeing will always be our priority and we are here to support one another

3. Multi-faith Chaplaincy team

The Multifaith Chaplaincy Team constitutes a team of Faith leaders from a wide variety of faith backgrounds and world views. We work together to serve the whole University community, and are here to listen to students and staff, of all Faiths and none. Our Chaplains provide a safe space to talk, and offer you discreet and confidential listening. In addition, and only if required, we can also provide details on Faith activities and worship both at the University and in the City Centre.

Find out more about the Multifaith Chaplaincy Team >

Last reviewed: 27 July 2020