What mental health and wellbeing support is available?
- Daily drop-in, no appointment needed (weekdays)
- Free counselling service
- Access to Mental Health and Wellbeing Advisors
- Wellbeing workshops
- Signposting and referrals to specialist external services
- Student Wellbeing Toolkit
- Oasis Faith and Spirituality Centre
Report + Support
Bullying, harassment, sexual assault and harassment, domestic abuse, hate crime and discrimination are never okay. We believe that help to tackle issues and help to break through barriers makes all the difference.
Our Report + Support system ensures that students, apprentices, staff and even visitors can report any concerns. You have the choice to access support from a Wellbeing Advisor or to report anonymously.
Hear from our students
If you find yourself needing extra support at university, don’t be afraid to speak up. Whatever your issue, there is always somebody to advise and guide you.
We have dedicated Student Wellbeing Ambassadors who are currently studying at UCLan. They receive specialist training to provide one-to-one support across campus.
They can assist with specific practical support, including getting around campus and using assistive technology. They are also available to help with note-taking and support in practical sessions.
We fully understand and prioritise the importance of good mental health and wellbeing of all our community, students, apprentices and staff alike. That's why we are proud to be part of the Mental Health Charter programme.
The Charter encourages universities to further develop a ‘whole university approach’ to mental health and wellbeing. It promotes the idea that support should not just be provided through the more traditional support services routes but can be provided across all areas.