Support and wellbeing
Helpful support team contacts
We want you to feel well-supported and confident to seek support from specialist University and external services, whenever you need it.
Help in an emergency
The Student Counselling and Wellbeing service does not provide crisis support. There's a number of places in Leeds where you can get immediate support. Find out how to get help in an emergency.
Help and Support
Find out about the help and support services you can access, from details on who to contact in an emergency or during a difficult time in your life to getting help with your academic skills and looking after your wellbeing.
Self-isolation guidance and support
This section provides information about the support available from the University and Leeds University Union (LUU), our support package which includes welfare packages of food and toiletries, financial aid through the hardship fund and continued support such as follow-up calls and counselling appointments.
Look after yourself and others
To get the most out of your time in Leeds, look after your emotional and physical health - that way you'll be more likely to enjoy all aspects of student living.
Togetherall, resources and self help
This range of resources is designed to give you some ideas on how you can take action to help stop problems from escalating and investigate potential solutions.
We pride ourselves on the services and facilities we can offer if you need our support while you're studying with us. From our experienced and helpful counselling team to support services for disabled students, we’re here when you need us.
Counselling and wellbeing
We're here to support you at times of any emotional, psychological or mental health difficulties. We welcome students of any age, class, ethnicity, faith, belief, culture, disability, sexual orientation and gender identity.
Welcome to Disability Services! We are a central team with a range of specialist staff working with disabled students and their academic departments to recommend available support and adjustments.
Our smoke free campus
The University is committed to the health and wellbeing of our students, staff and visitors. As part of this we're taking the first step on a journey to create a campus free from tobacco smoke.
Sexual assault, abuse or harassment
The University is committed to providing a safe environment for students, postgraduate researchers and staff.
Support in response to world events
When world events affect members of our community, we know how important it is to have the right support.