On this page you can find links to the support provided by the University and the SU and also to external support organisations.
We provide students with support and guidance, including counselling and mental health, disability support, money management and international student advice.
Student Support are here to help and advise you. Find out what we do and make sure you get the most out your university experience.
Support and resources that can help you during your exams from Student Support.
Doing a research degree is a significant undertaking and can be challenging. Find out how you can access advice and support relevant to your needs.
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.
Campus Buddy scheme for first year students with an Autism Spectrum Condition or Social Phobia.
Provides you with tools to build healthy positive habits.
Money management tools and resources to help you take control of your finances.
You can talk to an adviser by phone or live chat 24 hours a day through our Be Well - Talk Now service
A new way to meet other University of Bath students who love the same things you do.
Read Well is a joint project run by Student Support and the Library to offer books that can support your wellbeing.
Wellbeing Advisers give students help and advice on all welfare and wellbeing issues.
An initial consultation with a Wellbeing Adviser is your first step to accessing the right support for you
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 what support is available to you and how you can access it as well as how to book an appointment with a Disability Adviser.
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.
How talking therapy could help you and how to access it if you think you might benefit
How the University's Mental Health Advisers can help you with a long-term mental health condition
A range of short courses and one-off workshops to help you manage and overcome common mental health problems and boost your wellbeing