Warwick is a close knit community so it's always easy to find someone to talk things over with. However, we recognise that there are times in everyone's university life when a little extra professional support may be helpful. So we have put in place a strong support network, to help you with an concerns - academic, personal, financial or practical.
Every student, undergraduate and postgraduate, has a personal tutor (sometimes, for postgraduates, a 'mentor) - a member of the academic staff in your department who is there to offer both academic and pastoral support.
Director of Student Support & Senior Tutor
The Director of Student Support and the Senior Tutor work closely together to help students in times of need. If you need help or advice with an issue during your time at University, it is likely that one of them will be able to help you.
All students who have accommodation on campus are provided with an excellent network of support staff called the Residential Life Team. The Residential Life team work and live alongside students within the Halls of Residences and are there to look after the welfare of their student residents and to make sure everything runs smoothly.
The University Counselling Service provides an opportunity for all students at any level and at any time of study at the University of Warwick to access professional therapeutic counselling so that they may better develop and fulfil their personal, academic and professional potential.
Students with Disabilities
Warwick campus is accessible. Warwick’s Disability Service Team offers confidential individual advice, guidance and support and works closely with staff and students to create an accessible and inclusive teaching and learning environment. If you are thinking of applying to Warwick please contact Disability Services (email: email@example.com) to discuss your individual requirements or to arrange a campus visit to have a look at the facilities.
We are eager to ensure that students with mental health difficulties receive advice, information and support as needed to facilitate academic work and participation in University life. We have two mental health coordinators who are are available to meet with current and prospective students.
The campus based Health Centre has two general medical practices with male and female doctors and practice nurses. Student resident on campus or within the local catchment area can register with either practice.
Situated at the heart of campus, the Chaplaincy is home to many of the universitys religious groups and societies, and to the Anglican, Free Church, Roman Catholic, Jewish and Muslim chaplains. The chaplains are delighted to welcome socially and pastorally students of all religions - or of none. There are regular sessions of public worship and private prayer for all denominations as well as many social events. Jewish students meet in the Chaplaincy for the Shabbat meal. Muslim students have a dedicated Islamic Prayer Hall on campus.
Student Advice Centre
This is a free service run by the Students' Union for all Warwick students and offers professional advice on all aspects of student life. It also organises 'Nightline' - a confidential student support service that operates through the night: from 9pm to 9am you can ring 'Nightline' and talk to a traines student 'listener'.
The Student Funding team offers advice and guidance on all aspects of financial support. This includes government grants and loans and funding provided directly by the University. The team administers University hardship funds, including the Access to Learning Fund and scholarships and bursaries through the Warwick Undergraduate Aid Programme (WUAP).
The University of Warwick is committed to ensuring as far as possible a safe, secure and friendly environment for students, staff and visitors, free from injury, personal threat, damage and theft. The security team operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
The University Nursery provides professional day care for around 50 children between 3 months and 5 years. Children are cared for by trained nursery nurses in a homely but structured environment where they are encouraged to socialise, explore and develop to their full potential. Priority in the allocation of places is given to the children of student parents, who may apply for help with nursery fees. Students can then concentrate on their studies knowing that their children ae happy and safe.
As you can imagine, there is a huge demand for the places available and once you are in receipt of an offer from Warwick, you are advised to contact the nursery to make enquires immediately.