Wellbeing Support Services
Help for students with non-academic issues, including personal or family problems, financial difficulties, accommodation problems or when you are unsure where to get help.
Telephone: 024 7657 5570 (ext. 75570) or visit Wellbeing Support Services located on the ground floor of University House.
See the website for an overview of their services.
Mental health and Wellbeing team
The mental health co-ordinators, based in University house, offer Advice, information and support for those students experiencing mental health difficulties. Please see their website for more details on how they can help and how to access the service.
The wellbeing adviser is also based in University House and is available to meet with students who have concerns about their wellbeing. Advice is offered on a number of strategies which may help students improve their wellbeing. Check the website for contact details and drop in times.
Can offer advice, support and help with adjustments needed for students in relation to their disabilities. See their website for more details on how they can help and how to access the service.
Student Advice Centre
For independent, confidential advice for students on subjects such as money and debt, housing, immigration, legal matters, consumer, academic problems and other issues. Check the website for contact details and opening times.
Nightline is a student-run, confidential, and non-judgmental peer-to-peer support service based on campus. It offers a listening service and also provides pregnancy tests, attack alarms, condoms, tampons, sanitary towels, drink spike testing kits, tea and biscuits for free. Check the website for contact details and opening times.
For academic and pastoral advice and support for students, your personal tutor is available. See website for more information on the role of personal tutor.
Dean of Students
For various forms of support for students having difficulties with their studies and also for academic members of staff who want support with their personal tutor role. See website.
For students living on campus the Residential Life Team are based within your accommodation to offer support with personal and accommodation related issues. See their website to find out more about their role.
For general medical needs of students and staff (and their families) who live in and around campus. See website for further details.
For anyone to access – of all faiths and none. A space to reflect with support at hand from the chaplains based there. See website for further details.
The Student Funding team offers advice and guidance on all aspects of financial support.
Warwick Accommodation manages the accommodation requirements of the University of Warwick, both on campus and off it.
Office for Global engagement
Advice and support for international students. See website for further details.
Advice and support in relation to career planning. See website for further details.
Dignity at Warwick
Tackling bullying and harassment for staff and students. See website for further details.