Student Services Resources

Welcome to the Student Services Resource Centre. Feel free to browse these pages to find out more about the support available at UCLan. If you don’t find what you are looking for, email us at inclusivesupport@uclan.ac.uk and we will add it.
Our Student Services booklets and videos are a useful resource for all UCLan students.

Download our booklets here:

Wellbeing support

Starting University can be a life changing experience where you will make new friends and learn new skills. As you will be studying with us for several years, you are bound to experience some challenges along the way, often not even related to your studies. Look for resources on managing your money, dealing with homesickness, being a carer, estranged student or care leaver, LGBT+, exam stress, anxiety, sexual assault, domestic violence, homelessness and much more.

Useful resources on this website to help with your wellbeing while at uni:


Student Minds have produced two useful guides for university students:

Know Before You Go
University can be a very exciting time in your life, but it can also be a big change from school or college. It is normal to face challenges as you transition from one part of your life to another. By knowing what to expect and having a resource to help you navigate the ups and downs, you’re setting yourself up for success over the next several years.

​Know Before You Go is an e-resource that is intended for Year 12-13 students, and the educators who support you, as you transition from school/college to university.

​This life skills resource helps you to anticipate, identify and navigate situations you will encounter when entering higher education. It contains information on many topics including paying bills, study skills, housemate issues, identity questions and embedded throughout is how to maintain good mental health and seek help as needed.

Transitions is a guide for students already at uni. This resource is here to help you be successful on campus, focusing on time management, relationships, identity, finances, sexual activity, mental illness, suicide and addictions and more. It also includes tips and strategies for helping students through challenging times and recommendations of where to go to get additional help, if needed.

 

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Inclusive Support

We have lots of resources and support for students with a disability or learning difficulty:

Autistic Spectrum Condition – advice for applicants and students
Deaf or hard of hearing – advice for applicants and students
Medical conditions e.g. chronic illness – advice for applicants and students
Mental Health – advice for applicants and students
Specific Learning difficulties e.g. Dyslexia – advice for applicants and students
Visual impairments – advice for applicants and students