The University's Personal Tutor system is the foundation of student support and welfare provision. Your Personal Tutor is available to provide both general academic advice and to discuss personal matters which are affecting you and your studies.
Students and Staff can also contact Wellbeing Support Services, who are always available to offer support and advice, as well as providing a wide range of other resources.
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
The Department of Computer Science is committed to ensuring Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. Central to this is our commitment to Athena SWAN.
The department has been awarded Athena SWAN Bronze for our commitment to overcoming challenges to Gender Equality.
Project inVISIBLE - promoting the visibility of ethnic minorities in academia.
Welfare and Wellbeing - What does it mean?
Welfare is about meeting our basic human needs in order to promote positive wellbeing. Our wellbeing depends on many things, such as: our health; feeling safe; and having a sense of belonging. The department strives to create a culture that promotes positive wellbeing, to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to thrive.
One of the best ways for a department to support the welfare of staff and students is to listen to them. Your opinion matters, whether in staff or student surveys or informal meetings with personal tutors.
The department has a dedicated Welfare and Communication Committee (staff link) focused on the welfare of all members of the department.
If you want to help, why not consider becoming a Wellbeing Champion for the department?