The Support Enquiry Zone is a one-stop-shop for all student support needs. Our friendly team is the gateway to a full range of student advice and support, including mental health support, counselling, financial assistance and much more. The best way to get in touch is by email via email@example.com or call +44 (0)1382 308 833 during office hours.
The service can provide access to mental health and BACP accredited counselling, with an experienced counsellor or therapist offering support for a variety of issues.
The helpline can also provide:
None of our students need struggle for food, and assistance is available if you need it. Contact SEZ if you need food vouchers or food parcels.
Like any other year, we would strongly advise students to get registered with a local GP and not to wait until the are sick. Visit our FAQs for New Students for a list of local health centres and how to register. Further information, including the latest opening hours, can also be found on the NHSInform website.
Remember, if you need urgent care out-of-hours, you can call 111 at any time.
If you need access to study spaces or other resources, the Bernard King Library is open Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm. Study spaces must be booked in advance.
If you are looking for information about term two, check out our guide to returning after Christmas for information on when your face-to-face teaching will resume.
If you feel worried about the thoughts, feelings or behaviour you are experiencing, feel suicidal, or think that you can no longer keep yourself safe, please get support immediately.
Here are the details of the main emergency and crisis support services. Unless it says otherwise, these are open 24 hours a day, every day.
Dial 999, or ask a friend or family member to do this for you.
Police Scotland - a report can also be made through the Police Scotland website by way of a 'Contact Us' online form submission, by contacting 101 to report non-emergency matters and general enquiries.
University Security - if you are on campus you should also contact University Security (Urgent calls: 01382 308222; internal calls extension: 2222) so that they can assist emergency services when they arrive on site. The Campus Security Control Room is located in the Kydd Building behind the main reception area if you need to see us in person.
Breathing Space Scotland provide telephone counselling. They are open Mon to Thurs 6pm-2am, Fri 6pm to Mon 6am. Phone 0800 83 85 87.