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.
For one-to-one nurse-led appointments to discuss or help manage any physical health issues, check out the Health Service.
To get help with your mental health needs, such as anxiety and depression, check out the Mental Wellbeing Service.
To get support for a disability, such as dyslexia or autism, check out the Disability Service.
Whether you are a student, staff member or visitor to USW you can report a concern to the Wellbeing Service for urgent intervention.
Check out the Help Yourself Hub to find information on self help resources, support groups, campaigns, awareness days and much more.
Worried about whether your appointments will be confidential? Want to give us some feedback? Got a complaint you need to raise? Learn more about the Wellbeing Service policies.
If you're looking for advice on staying safe while studying or need to report an incident - check out the Student Safety website.