A range of support is available and accessible through the University’s Student Disability and Wellbeing Service:
- Daily drop-in facility (Monday-Friday 11 am - 3 pm on Level 1 of the Student Guidance Centre), to sign-post students to relevant areas of support for personal and academic challenges that they are encountering.
- Coaching and practical one-on-one intervention sessions for issues affecting students’ mental health and wellbeing including; anxiety, stress, low mood, academic issues, sexual misconduct, bullying, harassment and hate crime.
- Psycho-education workshops and activities that support students to develop peer connections, manage lower-level stress, enhance mood, reduce anxiety and overcome study-related issues which are affecting students’ mental health and emotional wellbeing.
- Short-term solution focused counselling sessions as a therapeutic intervention to help students overcome challenges they are experiencing, run in partnership with Inspire Wellbeing.
- A dedicated Queen’s Student Counselling Service phone line which operates 24/7 run in partnership with Inspire Wellbeing. This service is offered to all part-time and full-time students at Queen’s.
Queen's University has a zero tolerance policy towards SEXUAL MISCONDUCT, BULLYING, HARASSMENT and HATE CRIME. All students have the right to a safe campus and can request support if affected by any of the issues.
More information on the support for students can be found at https://www.qub.ac.uk/directorates/sgc/wellbeing/