We are here to listen to your concerns.
Regardless of your issue whether its personal, health related, academic, financial or anything else, please remember that support is available.
Staff in Student Wellbeing Service can meet with you in a confidential setting to discuss any issues or concerns you are having and explore suitable support options. Sometimes support can be received from the Student Wellbeing Team, other times it may be that support is needed from external specialist services. Below you will see some of the most common student concerns. Every student is different and if you have a concern but aren't sure what support is best for you, please contact Student Wellbeing as a starting point.
You may encounter academic difficulties at times, this can be with your course, or other things that are not going well that are impacting your studies. Click here for information on some support available from a range of staff in the University.
One of the most important things students learn at university is how to manage their money. As well as standing you in good stead for the rest of your life, knowing that your finances are under control can really help you to relax and fully enjoy your time at university.
Queen's University is committed to providing a safe campus for everyone. We are keen to support all students to develop and maintain safe and healthy relationships.
Whether you are new to Queen’s and starting your first year, returning for your second or third year, or you have come back for a postgraduate course - all of these are transitions, which are not always easy for everyone.