LGBTQ+ Brunch & Support is a monthly support group for students who want a safe space to meet and feel more confident and comfortable with their LGBTQ+ identity and for students who are questioning or exploring their identity.
LGBTQ+ student support at Bath
Information on support for students who identify as LGBTQ+ and how the University and wider Bath community can provide support.
Brunch & Support
A monthly support group for students who are questioning or exploring their LGBTQ+ identity.
Guides to support our LGBTQ+ community and allies
To support our students that identify as LGBTQ+, those questioning or those that want to be an active ally, we have produced a number of simple guides to provide support and resources.
Courses and Workshops
Workshops to support students coming out at University
Our coming out with confidence workshop is for LGBTQ+ students who may experience anxiety around the continual process of ‘coming out’ to friends, family and new colleagues, with a particular focus on starting at a new university. It may also be beneficial for students going on placement, starting a new job or facing anxiety of ‘coming out’ to family and friends.
We offer wellbeing support to all students
Student Support provides support to all students at the University so if something is bothering you there is always someone to speak to. We offer wellbeing, counselling and mental health support, money advice, disability support and general information.
Tackling harassment and discrimination
Support if you experience harassment or discrimination.
The University promotes a culture of respect that’s free from harassment and discrimination. Our Be The Change campaign aims to tackle all forms of harassment. If you experience any form of harassment including homophobia, biphobia or transphobia you can report this through our Support and Report tool or to a member of staff in our SU Advice Centre, Student Support or Security. If you ever feel unsafe you can seek help from Security though our SafeZone app.
If you have any questions about this page please contact the Wellbeing Service.