The Business School has dedicated health and wellbeing support for our students:
- Counselling – (to arrange an assessment, please contact SWS.firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Disability Support (including Mental Health, long-term Physical Health conditions, Specialist Learning) Please contact email@example.com
- Welfare Support – firstname.lastname@example.org
Other Sources of Support: Our Student and Staff Wellbeing Service work with local and national organisations to support you and help you maximise your academic potential and gain the most from your time here at Newcastle.
Student Support Plans: If you disclose a long-term mental health condition, supported by recent medical evidence, you may be able to access reasonable adjustments and support to help you engage in your studies. Students who have an ongoing mental health condition or disability can access a Student Support Plan: email@example.com.
Wellbeing Workshops: The School is hosting Workshops on a range of topics from Managing Stress and Anxiety to How to Sleep: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/wellbeing/newseventsandprojects/workshops/
For more information about wellbeing support and services at Newcastle University visit: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/wellbeing/
Urgent Wellbeing Support: For urgent concerns during office hours (09:00 – 17:00 Monday-Friday) please use the Wellbeing Consultancy service: firstname.lastname@example.org. For out-of-hours help, please call University Security: 0191 208 6817 (24 hours a day, seven days a week).
Supporting survivors of hate crime, hate incidents, sexual violence, and spiking: Newcastle University is committed to eliminating all forms of hate crime, sexual violence, harassment, and discrimination within our community. You can disclose incidents of sexual violence, hate crime, spiking, and domestic abuse at Newcastle University using online disclosure forms accessed here and information about the Survivor Support Service within Student Health and Wellbeing Services can be found here.