Student wellbeing is taken very seriously by both the University of Wolverhampton and its Students’ Union. As such, there are many different support services offered to cover any topic that a student may need help with during their time at one of the campuses. This includes financial support, help for anyone with physical disabilities, and students with families.
A professional mental health and wellbeing service is available to all students, offering a wide range of support options. Specific help is available for a wide range of personal difficulties including: anxiety, confidence, depression, homesickness, suicidal thoughts, eating disorders, cultural issues, identity, trauma, loss/bereavement, relationships and work/life/study balance.
Careers advice and international work opportunities are also available to students, with help both for finding jobs during their studies or for once they have graduated.
University of Wolverhampton students on Whatuni say:
“Support by staff is excellent. You can book appointments with lecturers through email or through SAMS. Tutors also provide constructive feedback on assignments and take an active interest in student performance. Specific feedback on assignments are provided through Canvas or by the lecturers printing out copies of the assignment and including side notes which are usually discussed openly in class.”
“Very good, academic staff are brilliant. There is always somewhere to go if you need counselling.”
“It’s the best. If you’re unsure of something your personal tutor can more than likely point you in the right direction.”
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