University of Reading

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

1. Counselling & Wellbeing

The team work throughout the year to help students manage a wide range of issues, working to minimise the impact of any problems on their academic progress. The place to come for professional counselling, wellbeing and mental health support - available free of charge to all University of Reading students.

Find out more about Counselling & Wellbeing

2. Welfare Team

The Student Welfare team is here to help you with any personal difficulties you may experience during your time at the University. This could be giving you advice and information, sign posting you to specialist support or advice services, or simply talking things through with you, looking at what practical assistance is needed and helping you to come up with a plan of action.

Contact the Student Welfare team for more information

3. Disability Advisory Service

The University of Reading welcomes disabled students and has a dedicated Disability Advisory Service. The service offers advice and guidance to students with any disability, mental health condition, or specific learning difficulty (SpLD).

Contact the Disability Advisory Service for more information

4. Reading University Student Union Advice Service

We provide housing, money, debt, benefits and academic support (academic appeals, complaints, disciplinary hearings) to students at Reading.

Whether you are an undergraduate or postgraduate, from UK or overseas, straight out of college or returning to study, we can provide advice services tailored to meet your specific needs and help guide you through any problems.

Find out more about the Advice Service