Last reviewed: 4pm, 5 January 2021
We have a range of support available for students.
Supporting your wellbeing
Hallam Help is your starting point for accessing support, advice and guidance online, and you can also still book in person appointments for our two Hallam Help points on campus, which are in Collegiate and Adsetts libraries.
Our Student Wellbeing Service page provides information, advice and practical support for your psychological wellbeing. These services can help you manage your studies and make the most of university life.
Our online self help service Togetherall, is free for students at Hallam. You can log in with your student email address.
Reporting Covid-19 symptoms
If you have symptoms or have tested positive, please notify us. This helps us manage cases and offer you support.
It is essential that you immediately self-isolate if you develop symptoms or are advised that you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive. If you have any symptoms, have been told to self-isolate or are awaiting a test result, then you should not come to campus, continue to socialise or go out in public.
If you do need to self-isolate, we can offer support with wellbeing, study, living essentials and more. Our self-isolation section has information on how to self-isolate and the support available during self-isolation.
Your Students’ Union offers a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities, including volunteering and over 90 student-led societies, many of which have adapted activities so they are being run virtually.
You can also access lots of resources to help you keep fit at home and take part in outdoor activities in a safe and socially distanced way.
If you are coming to Sheffield from overseas, check our section on support for international arrivals. This includes help with late arrivals and quarantine dates.
The libraries are open 24/7. You can access many resources online wherever you are, including ebooks, using Library Search