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What student support does Warwick offer?



The wellbeing of our students is hugely important. We can support you practically, emotionally and spiritually, throughout your student journey. Whether you are looking for advice about academic issues or need support with something else, you will find help in easy reach.

Our comprehensive support services enable you to engage in person, but we also provide many opportunities to find support online, if that's what you prefer.


Top places you can get support


Your wellbeing

Wellbeing Support Services help you develop the personal resources and skills to navigate student life. We provide a range of support, from self-help resources to email counselling and therapy groups.

Wellbeing support

Accommodation support

When you live on campus, our Residential Community Team will live alongside you. They will be there to chat to or help you adjust to living away from home and getting the balance right between social and academic life.

RCT team

Academic support

You will have a personal tutor within your academic department.

They will be available for regular catch-ups to discuss your progress and any questions you may have. They can offer advice on course topics and some academic writing support.

For more personal issues, the personal tutor system is closely linked with Wellbeing Support Services.

Personal tutors

Faith and spirituality

Our Chaplaincy can also provide a calming space, whether you need practical advice, emotional support. University Chaplains are happy to listen, whether you subscribe to a particular faith or not.

Chaplaincy

Safety

Our Community Safety Team are available to protect the wellbeing of our staff and students 24/7, 365 days a year. They can provide general help as well as an emergency response, and offer useful advice on how to stay safe both on and off campus.

Security services

Disabilities

We have a specialist team to provide support and advice with managing the impact of a disability or long-term health condition. This can include specific learning differences, mental health, autism spectrum and many others.

Disability support

Our blogger Nilusha Perera made a video about her experience of accessing support with a disability.

View the blog

Financial advice

If you have questions about grants, loans, scholarships or bursaries, our Student Funding team are there to help. They can offer budgeting advice to help make your money go further, and are a good source of support if you are finding things difficult financially.

Student funding

Students' Union

The Students’ Union has its own advice centre, providing free, confidential advice on all aspects of student life. They also run Nightline, a confidential and non-judgmental listening service run by students, which is open from 9pm to 9am.

Students' Union


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