Students at the University of Hull are able to access an excellent range of both academic and personal support during their time at the university. So what’s on offer?
Students can access Health and Wellbeing services for a variety of reasons relating to life and academic studies. This might include feelings of stress and anxiety, bereavement, depression and other mental health and general wellbeing issues. There's no 'right' or 'wrong' reason to access the service. The team care about the students and are there to provide a listening ear to support and advise students in a safe, confidential and non-judgmental environment. And, if they can’t help, they'll always try to point students in the right direction.
A Financial Support team are able to help students with any money stresses, including lending out short-term loans.
For disabled students, there are a number of Disability Liaison Officers (DLOs) across the different faculties and departments, who students can go to for extra support and information about their own needs and requirements.
Over at Hull University Union, a free Advice Centre provides confidential advice and information to students.
University of Hull students on Whatuni say:
“Welfare at the uni is great. We have Academic Support Tutors who we have one to one meetings with and are really helpful with making sure we’re enjoying the course.”
“The support is vast and extremely helpful, both for academic and personal and is always available.”
“Very good, always think about mental health. If you have a problem, we are assigned ASTs to talk to or with a lecturer. Everyone is kind and helpful.”
“Fantastic our Academic Support Tutors are so helpful and supportive and reply in a timely manner if ever there’s been any problems. Likewise mentors on placement have been so supportive and feedback is always constructive.”
Kingston Upon Hull,
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