Support and wellbeing

Support and wellbeing

This is your online version of the Supporting you @ Hallam session. The session is split into three parts and covers the following information.

  • Supporting you in your studies (4 mins)
  • Accessing specialist support (6 mins)
  • Being a Hallam student (5mins)

Please take time to watch the session and read the information below.

Make sure you know where to get help and support.

Key tasks

Know where to get help

Hallam Help is our first line support service. Contact the support team, look for answers to common questions and book sessions with specialist advisers.

Find your Student Support Adviser

On arrival to Sheffield Hallam, you are allocated a named Student Support Adviser (SSA) who will work closely with your Academic Adviser and Employability Adviser to provide a seamless support offer. Meet our advisors.

SHU Progress support

SHU Progress provides support for applicants whose personal circumstances might mean there are barriers to going to university.
If you meet the eligibility criteria, there’s still time to join the scheme. The SHU Progress team can help with making sure you have everything in place to start university, guiding you through enrolment and next steps, and ensuring you can access support from the get-go. Learn more about SHU Progress.

Take harassment awareness training

All Hallam students need to take the Tackling Harassment course. You can take the course online in your own time.

It covers a range of topics, including:

  • what counts as harassment
  • what to do if you witness or experience harassment.

Safety and incident reporting

If you see or experience sexual violence, harassment, abuse or hate crime, use Report + Support to report it.

You can do this anonymously if you want, and you can also ask for a support officer to contact you.

To find Report + Support in a hurry, search 'Hallam Report and Support' or go to

Your wellbeing

Make a note of You can book group and one-on-one support sessions here, and access lots of free self-help tools.

Disabled student support

You are eligible for support if you have a disability including; mental health difficulties, a physical disability or a long-term medical condition, specific learning difficulties, autism, if you are deaf or hard of hearing or have a visual impairment.

Register with the Disabled Student Support Team to inform us you would like support.

Visit our student support page for more information and to book an appointment with us.

More on these topics

Some of these links will take you to other Sheffield Hallam websites. You can use to find you way back to the 'Prepare for university' pages.

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