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Where to find support

By ResLifeBath 06 Jul 2023

How to find help and support when you need it

Studying at university can be an exciting and rewarding experience, but it can also come with some challenges and difficulties.

Whether you need help with your academic work, your mental health and wellbeing, your finances, or any other aspect of student life, there are lots of support services available to help you.

Wellbeing Service

Provides wellbeing and welfare advice and support - they are here to talk to you about anything that's bothering you or on your mind.

Be Well - Talk Now

This is a confidential service that offers support from an adviser by phone or live chat. This service is available 24/7, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

The Chaplaincy

The Chaplaincy is not only a place but it's a team of people who can help support you. Whether you have a faith or not, they are here to offer advice or just be a listening ear.

Disability Service

Provides specialist advice throughout your studies - they can liaise with your department for study adjustments and apply for specialist 1-1 support and equipment.

Student Money Advice Team

The Money Advice team offers practical advice on managing money, funding and sourcing additional income during drop-in sessions and appointments.

Support and Report

This service can be used by students, staff , and visitors to report discrimination, misconduct, harassment, or assault. All reports can be anonymous or can receive support from an adviser.


The Security Team is here to help at all times to ensure the campus is a safe place. They look after parking, CCTV, lost property, and everyone's welfare on campus. Here are the contact details for security.

Student Support

Student Support is here to help improve your wellbeing. They run a number for free wellbeing activities for you to take part in during your time in halls - here is a taster of what activities they put on.

Your mental health and wellbeing are important for your success and happiness at university. If you are feeling stressed, anxious, depressed, or struggling with any other mental health issue, you are not alone and there is help available.

SU Advice and Support

The SU offers independent, confidential advice when you need it.

SU Advisors give you the non-judgemental and impartial support to address issues relating to:

  • Academic challenges
  • Personal issues
  • Housing problems

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External Support

There are a number of external organisations that provide support, here some to list a few;

Remember, you are not alone and there is always someone who can help you. Seeking support is a sign of strength, not weakness, and it can make a big difference to your experience and wellbeing at university.


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