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.
We provide students with support and guidance, including counselling and mental health, disability support, money management and international student advice.
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 what's going on in your first few weeks at Bath. What activities we have, any support you need, get involved and make the most of your time here.
The Disability Service are holding some drop-in sessions in October and November. Have a look and come along if you need to.
This free workshop aims to help you understand your sleep difficulties and provide you with techniques which can help you to cope with poor sleep
Wellbeing Advisers give students help and advice on all welfare and wellbeing issues. We run daily drop-in sessions on campus.
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.
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.
Find out how to book a counselling and mental health assessment and what to expect from your appointment.
We all feel bad sometimes. If you’re unhappy, anxious or dealing with another common psychological issue, it may be possible to do something to help yourself.
We offer a range of free courses and workshops to help you overcome anxiety, depression and other common mental health problems.