Student wellbeing

Wellbeing is fundamental to you being healthy, fulfilled and content, which in turn helps you to become a successful student.

Student Wellbeing provides information and advice to support your psychological wellbeing in order for you to manage your studies and make the most of university life.

Updates relating to Coronavirus

Urgent help

In a crisis and need help? We have a list of available services.

Support

We offer a range of different types of support depending on your needs.


Self-help

Links to advice on common issues are listed below. We also offer self-help resources including off campus support and recommended reading.

Counselling


Five ways to wellbeing


Inclusive support

The social

A place for autistic students to play games, creative activities, discussing topics, and relax

Find out more about the social

Peer mentoring

Help and advice for autistic student from our student peer mentors

Find out more about peer mentoring

Practical support sessions

Support for students with a mental health difficulty, AD(H)D or autism

Find out more about support sessions

Faith and chaplaincy

Contact the Chaplaincy

Contact information for the Multifaith Chaplaincy Co-ordinator.

Get in touch

What do we offer?

Drawn from a wide range of religious traditions, we support students of different faiths and none.

Find out more

Spaces to pray

We offer several spaces to pray, as well as regular organised events for different faiths and beliefs.

See location details