Student Wellbeing Service

Our Student Wellbeing Service

From the start of the 2022/23 academic year, all students will be able to access the University's Student Wellbeing Service. The Student Wellbeing Service is part of a range of health and wellbeing services that the University operates and will work alongside our existing services and resources such as the Student Counselling and Disability and Learning Support Service. 

The Student Wellbeing Service works collaboratively with colleagues across the University to provide proactive and reactive wellbeing support for students. This includes proactive preventative work for all students as well as providing specialised support for higher-risk students who have more complex needs and who present with at risk behaviours using a short-term case management model. 

All Schools and Deaneries will have Wellbeing Advisers who you can speak with if you are experiencing any wellbeing-related issues that are affecting your health, wellbeing, studies or personal life. The Wellbeing Advisers can then provide you with advice and guidance, and will also be able to discuss and link you up with our other University services, as well as signposting to external agencies.

Contact the Student Wellbeing Service