The Wellbeing Service consists of: 

  • The Health Service, for your physical health needs
  • The Mental Wellbeing Service, for your mental health needs
  • The Disability Service for support with disabilities

The purpose of these services is to help you with your physical and mental health, social welfare, and to support you while you study. They offer free, impartial advice and support to all USW students. 

Whether you are struggling with stress and anxiety, need assistance applying for Disabled Students Allowance or need support with medications - the Wellbeing Service can help. Learn more about each of the services, what they do and how you can book appointments with them by selecting the icons below. 

Wellbeing Advice Appointments

If you're not sure what help you need, book a Wellbeing Advice Appointment.

Wellbeing Advice Appointments are 45 minute sessions conducted in person, via telephone or via Microsoft Teams. They are a safe and confidential opportunity to discuss whatever issues you may have. You will receive appropriate assistance and referrals if needed.

(To book a Wellbeing Advice Appointment, follow this link to Advice Zone Online, login, and look for 'wellbeing' in the list of appointments).