UCL Student Support and Wellbeing are a team of expert wellbeing, disability and mental health advisers. They aim to provide a safe, confidential and non-judgemental space, in which you can discuss any issues that may be affecting your ability to study.
The UCLU website contains information about student life and campaigns at UCL, their student sabbatical officers, and general and specialised events.
For Staff, UCL Workplace Health offer a range of resources and benefits to support health and wellbeing.
Key Contacts and Resources
- Yasmeen Daoud is the current Welfare and International Officer
- Wellbeing Champions are staff volunteers who support staff wellbeing at a faculty or departmental level
- Therapeutic support and counselling
- Crisis support
- The full range of support, contacts and information can be found on the UCL Wellbeing and mental health
- Wellbeing@UCL is the five year wellbeing strategy for the whole UCL community (staff and students) for 2017-2022. UCL’s Head of Wellbeing is Karen Smith.
- The Students’ Rights and Advice Service can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
- mental health and wellbeing self-help resources
- Guide for UCL staff to support student mental health and well-being.
- Support from external organisations
- UCL Workplace Health offer a range of health and wellbeing resources for staff and students, including tips and tools for working from home
- Health and Wellbeing benefits for staff