07 Feb 2020
The University has been ranked first for the money we’re investing into student wellbeing services to ensure you have the best help, support and advice available.
The 2020 Student Welfare League Table, which analyses the amount of money higher education institutions put into their student wellbeing services, has ranked UCLan in first position for the wide range of services we offer to students.
Some of the highlighted services that you have access to, include:
Dr Andrew Ireland, UCLan’s Pro Vice-Chancellor (Students and Teaching), said: “We are absolutely delighted to be top of the 2020 Student Welfare League Table.
“At UCLan we take students’ health and wellbeing extremely seriously and seek to provide our students with support in the most meaningful ways possible. Our aim is to create an inspirational student experience, enabling people, irrespective of their backgrounds, to fulfil their potential. Investment in student support services plays a key role in this aspiration.
“Our dedication to student support can be seen through the creation of our £60 million student centre and civic square project. This thriving, open space, which is being built with sustainability, accessibility and student wellbeing in mind, will help every student by providing easy access to an extensive network of support services, and a modern environment to work and play.
“Alongside communal areas and a rooftop garden, the welcoming landmark will house the full breadth of UCLan’s vital student support services, from mental health provision and careers advice to course information and accommodation assistance.”
If you need help, advice or support you can find out more about the services available to you by visiting our Student Support pages.