Student Welfare Service
- Academic matters - for help and advice with your academic studies, please contact Student Learning Development via their website. For matters relating to your course, contact or visit the Students' Union's Education Unit (ED) in the Percy Gee building.
- Faith - for all faiths and religions, please see the Chaplaincy
- International students
- Financial support
- Legal advice
- Accommodation support
- About the Student Welfare Service
- Dignity and Respect whilst studying
We now have a new mental health drop in facility which is available for all students; the drop in is called ‘HEAD SPACE’ and is open every Monday and Wednesday between 11am and 3pm during term time, in the Percy Gee (SU) Building (level 1). It is available and free for all students, to help find solutions and support for mental wellbeing, in particular stress and anxiety. The clinic will be provided by the Richmond Fellowship who have been commissioned by our Clinical Commissioning Group to provide mental health services to the local community for more information please visit the Counselling and Mental Wellbeing pages.