Support services

Support Services

The University has a network of trained professionals offering a range of support and advice for the duration of your time with us. Whether you are seeking guidance to help you successfully continue with your studies, looking for a safe space to talk or need futher support as a disabled student, we are here to help.

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Student support and wellbeing advisers

This is a team of advisers who provide support, advice and guidance on a wide range of personal, financial and academic matters. They are available by appointment or via a drop-in service at Augustine House, Canterbury and the Medway Campus.

Opening times across our campuses

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Students' Union

The Students' Union provide independent representation if you feel that you would be more comfortable talking to someone outside of the University.

  Visit the CCSU website for more details

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Mental Health

Whether you're feeling stressed or suffering from anxiety or you need help with specific mental health matters there is a range of support on offer by the University and others.

Speak in confidentiality

 

Disability and mental health

Whether you have a disability or want to learn more about the support that is available for disabled students, our advisers are able to help.

Find out about support for disabled students

Practical advice and support

We recognise that sometimes things happen that are outside of your control. To help with this you can access trained professionals for the support, advice and guidance that you need to successfully continue with your studies.

Find out about the support available

wellbeing advice and support

Whether you're looking to talk to someone about your general wellbeing, for a safe space to talk, or in need of religious or faith support, we're here to help you. 

Find out who you can contact

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Last edited: 29/08/2018 11:27:00