Welfare and wellbeing advice
Wellbeing Advisers give students help and advice on all welfare and wellbeing issues.
How we can help you
The University’s professionally qualified Wellbeing Advisers provide a welfare and wellbeing service to all our students. We are available weekdays from 9am to 8pm, we are also available weekends and during University vacations. Our service is confidential, and we can support you with a number of issues including emotional difficulties, relationships, personal and family challenges, loneliness and isolation, mental health and anything affecting your studies.
The Wellbeing Service run virtual daily appointments, seven days per week. Students can access Wellbeing by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or alternatively by telephone 01225 383838. Once the team are in receipt of your request, they will contact you via email, telephone, video or Livechat via Microsoft teams and undertake an initial conversation to determine a suitable plan of advice/support. Where you would prefer and subject to availability, we will also provide in-person face to face appointments for students, this will be discussed during your virtual assessment if required.
With regards to alternative assessments and exam arrangements etc, please direct all queries to your department in the first instance.
You can keep up to date with any changes to all our services during this time on our Student Services Coronavirus update page.