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Student Support and Wellbeing

Our team of expert wellbeing, disability and mental health staff provide a safe, confidential and non-judgemental space, in which you can discuss any issues that may be affecting your ability to study.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Advice is available for any students who may have concerns about coronavirus (COVID-19).

Read further guidance about coronavirus (COVID-19). 

No drop-in sessions on Friday 28 February

There will be no drop-in sessions on Friday 28 February due to a staff training session. Drop-in sessions will resume on Monday 2 March.

Health care

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Your doctor should always be your first source of support for any physical or mental health concerns.


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Learn more about how you can look after your mind, body and those around you while at university with our top tips, tricks and articles.

Staying safe

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How to keep yourself and your belongings safe in London, how to stay safe online and who to contact in an emergency.

Mental health and wellbeing

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Information and advice on managing any mental health or wellbeing difficulties impacting your ability to study.

Support for disabled students

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Dedicated support and reasonable adjustments for students with a disability or long-term health condition.

Misconduct on campus

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Information on reporting bullying, harassment, sexual misconduct and hate crime, and how to get support.

Serious concerns about a student

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If you're concerned about the wellbeing or safety of a student, please contact Student Support and Wellbeing.

Crisis support


If you or anyone else is experiencing a mental health crisis, support is available from the nearest A&E department or 999.

Suicide prevention and support

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If you're feeling suicidal or know someone else who may be, you can find guidance here.

External support


Students’ Union UCL and other external organisations offer a range of services to help you look after yourself.

Specific student groups

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LGBTQ+ students, mature students, students with children, distance learners, care experienced students and more.


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From blogs and videos, to guides and training courses, we provide a range of resources to help promote healthy lifestyles.

Strategic initiatives

SSW Strategy

Find out how we're embedding student health and wellbeing across UCL through our strategy and community of practice.

Your child at UCL

Information for parents

Find out more about how you can help your child get the most out of university life as a parent or guardian. 

Meet the SSW team

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Our diverse team of staff are here to help. Find out more about who they are and what they do.