Health and Wellbeing

If you have registered with the Student Wellbeing service and are seeing a practitioner, they may recommend physical activity to help you improve your situation.

Student Wellbeing can help you to resolve difficulties between you and other students.

We offer specific support to students who have experienced sexual assault or sexual harassment.

We can help you manage personal issues that might impact on your studies, and we offer a range of options to support you during your time here.

Find out more about the group sessions Student Wellbeing offers.

Links to key services to support you taking care of your health

Location and contact details of the two Health Centres and links to Student Health @ SHU.

Students are at particularly high risk of catching meningitis, so make sure you are aware of the risks.

You may experience distress or problems with your mental health during your time at SHU. Disabled Student Support and Student Wellbeing can support you in different ways.

It is easy to be overwhelmed at the beginning, or to feel homesick, especially if you are not used to doing things for yourself.

Counselling offers you a chance to talk things through with someone who is apart from your everyday life.

When unexpected issues arise it's important that you talk to someone as soon as possible.

Student Wellbeing is developing a bank of resources that students and staff can use to help themselves.

The University will take whatever action is appropriate and feasible against those who harass or bully.

Personal circumstances might require you to take a break in your studies - here's what you need to consider.

Most appointments are face-to-face but by special arrangement and where appropriate, we offer telephone appointments.