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Student support and wellbeing


Studying, often alongside work or personal commitments, can be challenging sometimes and during your course you might feel in need of some support. In the first instance, your dedicated personal tutor should be able to help so please do get in touch with them, however small you think the issue may be. Have a browse of these pages to see the other support available to you during your time at Warwick.

If you're on campus and there's an emergency, please contact Community Safety on 024 7652 2222. Emergency Contacts can be found here.

Support A-Z

For a list of quick-links you can bookmark, save this WMS WellbeingLink opens in a new window

Free Food

Every day you can get porridge at breakfast, and vegan soup at lunch from the Gibbet Hill cafe!

It should be available next to the payment counter, but if not, just ask the staff.

The TooGoodToGo app gives big reductions on 'end of day' food, and this cafe uses it too, as well as Rootes grocery store on central campus.

Student Staff Liaison Committee

The SSLC advocates for students by raising issues impacting them directly with WMS staff. These students and staff meet four times per year and are represented by a diverse body of students. You can submit agenda items anonymously via forms on their page here.

Students' Union

The focal point of main campus, the Students' Union exists to support, advise and advocate for all students.

The Advice Centre is a free, confidential, professional and non-judgmental service, independent of the University.

Wellbeing & Student SupportLink opens in a new window

Located at Senate House, the team is open 8.30am - 5.00pm. Message them via the Wellbeing Portal, or call 024 7657 5570.

They offer Brief Consultation, 1:1, email, and group therapy sessions, can link you to further counselling, Disability Services support, self-management resources, and funding advice.

Disability ServicesLink opens in a new window

Part of the Wellbeing & Support Services on main campus, the team encourage existing and prospective students to report any disability or learning need so they can implement any reasonable adjustmentsLink opens in a new window. They have multiple ways to support you, including via Study Skills or screening and diagnostic support for learning differences. Contact them via this PortalLink opens in a new window for an appointment.

If you're feeling overwhelmed, please reach out to the student WMS Disability Network for any advice, support, and clarity on services or any processes too.