I'm feeling anxious and worrying more than I think is usual. What should I do?
We understand university life can be stressful, especially this year with the backdrop of the recent Covid-19 outbreak. We are committed to supporting student mental health and wellbeing and provide a comprehensive range of student support services for those living with us.
Our Student Services team provides one-to-one information, signposting and support to students for whom there are welfare related concerns. These include issues around mental health, emotional wellbeing concerns, distressing incidents and health related issues and disabilities.
If you would like to access this support you should contact your property team in the first instance who will put you in touch with one of our Welfare Leads. Your University will also have its own student support services that you can access, so you can explore this option with your university.
In the case where more immediate help is needed, students should call our Emergency Contact Centre where they can receive immediate advice. Our emergency contact centre is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 0300 303 1611. In the case of an emergency where there is a serious incident or a risk to life, students should contact 999 emergency services straight away.