Information, support and advice to help you succeed.
Support that Student Services is providing.
You can get help and advice from Student Services at any time. Find out what we do and make sure you get the most out your university experience.
If you are studying for a doctorate at Bath, Student Services can offer you advice and support relevant to your needs.
If you are a student who has been affected by sexual assault, harassment or rape we can advise you on how to get help and support.
Guidance on emotional and practical support the University can offer you if you are a trans student
Information to help you support our students.
Advice and guidance for academic staff who are personal tutors.
Advice for staff on how to respond to students in distress and how to get support from other teams within the University.
Advice and guidance for staff if a student tells you they have been sexually assaulted or harassed
Guidance on practical steps you can take to ensure trans students have a successful experience at the University of Bath.
Find out about what's going on at the moment, any changes to our services, opening hours and more.
It's normal to feel worry and anxiety sometimes, especially at this difficult time. But if fear is really holding you back, this free online course could help.
Answers to frequently asked questions regarding Student Services and the Coronavirus.
Many Muslim students will be fasting during Ramadan. See advice and guidance here on staying well during this time and where to get support if you need it.
We're here to provide help and support to all students. Come along to one of our drop-in sessions if you've a problem or just want to chat. We're here at weekends and in vacations as well.
Wellbeing Advisers give students help and advice on all welfare and wellbeing issues.
Read Well is a joint project run by Students Services and the Library to offer books that can support your wellbeing.
Silvercloud is an online self-help platform for wellbeing and mental health which offers secure access to online CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) programmes.
We offer practical advice on managing money, funding and sourcing additional income. We run drop-in sessions every weekday in term-time and offer bookable appointments.
If you are a student in financial difficulty, you may be eligible to apply for a non-repayable grant from the University of Bath Hardship Fund.
Managing your money at university can be a challenge, we have lots of advice, guidance & information to help you make informed decisions about your finances.
Information for international and EU students on sources of funding and other financial information.
We can provide you with information, advice and support if you have a disability.
Find out what support is available to you and how you can access it.
How to check if you are eligible for Disabled Students' Allowances (DSAs) and how you can apply.
Find out about disabled parking, accessible routes around campus and the accessibility of our buildings and facilities.
We provide counselling and mental health support. We run groups and workshops for coping with stress and can help you find external support services.
Find out about booking an initial consultation with the Counselling and Mental Health team and what to expect from your appointment.
If you’re struggling with anxiety, depression or another common psychological issue, here are some sources of advice and ideas for helping yourself.
Find out about local providers of counselling and therapy. Due to the current coronavirus outbreak, access to some services may be limited.
See our affiliations and accrediting bodies
Member of NNECL – National Network for the Education of Care Leavers
We have committed to ongoing support for students estranged from their families
We're the first point of contact for a range of information and support services. If you need help or advice and you're not sure where to go, come and see us.
You can find us in The Roper Centre, 4 West or contact our advisers by email or phone.
The helpdesk is open between 9.30am and 4.30pm from Monday to Friday. The Wellbeing Service run drop-in sessions every day including weekends and vacations.