Support and Helplines
If you have experiencd any kind of bullying, harrassment or sexual assault, there is help and support there for you. You can access this through the University services or we can direct you towards external support services.
Support from the University
What support is available to me?
The University has a specific "Safe and Healthy Relationships" Wellbeing Adviser who can support students who are reporting or responding to allegations of misconduct by listening to them as well as providing support and guidance around their options. This support applies whether the incident happened on or off campus and regardless if it was recent on non-recent.
Contact the Student Wellbeing Team on 028 9097 2893 or complete the online form to arrange a 1:1 appointment with an Adviser who will help you access resources and support. Alternatively, you can come to the Drop-In Service that runs Monday- Friday from 12:30PM-1:30PM.
Additionally, students have access to "Safe and Healthy Relationship" Advocates. These are specially trained staff members from across the University that equipped to deal with any problems that a student may encounter.
|QUB Security||028 9097 5099||Emergency: call PSNI on 999|
|QUB Accommodation||028 9097 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Inspire Counselling 24hr Helpline||0808 800 email@example.com|
|The Rowan (Sexual Assault Referral Centre)||0800 389 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|24hr Domestice and Sexual Violence Helpline||0808 802 1414 / text support: email@example.com|
|Nexus (Belfast)||028 9032 firstname.lastname@example.org|
Although the risk is low, it's important to keep yourself safe when walking about campus at night. This guide gives you advice on how to look out for yourself and your friends whether you are travelling home late from the library or a night out.