Each college has friendly advisors who are ready to talk through any issues you may have.
You're not alone
Everyone experiences tough times. So please stay connected and don’t be afraid to ask for help. Here’s how.
It's really important to keep in contact with friends and family. You can also make the most of opportunities to safely meet new people. Here are some ideas.
Talk through any issues
Don’t feel you have to wait until you have a major problem to talk to someone. Whatever's on your mind, there are people here waiting to hear from you. And with plenty of options you can choose whoever you feel most comfortable with.
The Student Portal provides links to a range of specialist services, and there are more services outside the University. You may wish to contact your GP for advice, which for many students local to campus will be the Lancaster Medical Practice, or consider some of these external services and resources.
Mental health practitioners are available to help
Are your mental health or emotional difficulties having a significant impact on your daily life? Please arrange for one-to-one support from the Counselling and Mental Health Service