Mental health and wellbeing is important to us, and we understand that moving away from home is a big step. Our doors are always open, we love tea and we love a chat, and our reception team are all mental health first aid trained.
Our team can provide a listening ear and try to help with any issues that may be worrying you on site. We are not allowed to provide counselling or health advice, so if we are not able to help, we will be able to signpost you to someone who will.
You can get in touch with us by raising a ticket on the support portal , or by popping to reception for a chat, and we will help as much as we can, and keep in touch with you.
The university also have a fantastic wellbeing service which you can access - remember you are never ever alone, and there is help available for you, no matter what you are feeling. Togetherall offers confidential advice, peer support, online support programmes and a place to express yourself – all you need to do is log in with your University email address. This a completely confidential service, and the University will not know you have accessed the service
We provide a leaflet in every room when you move in with lots of contacts for wellbeing support and advice, so that there is always someone to talk to, no matter what is worrying you. It is okay to be finding things really tough, and the most important thing is for you to talk to someone, so that you can get support when you need it.