Whether you are an onsite or a Distance Learning Student, the University of Manchester offers a range of services and resources to help you.
With services ranging from workshops, self help, online support, mental health support, LGBTQ support, support for those feeling stressed or feeling low, the UoM’s Counselling Service has a range of help for you
The Disability Advisory and Support Service (sometimes called the DASS) supports a variety of different people, whether students, staff or supporters. DASS wants to help you succeed – in your studies, work, and the rest of your University experience. Use the site to find out more about services, who is eligible for support, and how to access support.
The University of Manchester Occupational Health Service provides confidential services to protect the health of staff and students at work, in training and in study and assesses and advises on fitness for work, training and study to ensure that health issues are effectively managed.
Below you will find a range of services that can help you to take control of your own wellbeing and give you the tools to look after your mind and body whilst at university. Remember if you feel well, you’ll do well.
Silverloud is an on-line self-help tool for students and staff: http://www.counsellingservice.manchester.ac.uk/silvercloud/
Relaxation audio downloads: http://www.counsellingservice.manchester.ac.uk/self-help/#d.en.392300
Self Help Leaflets: http://www.selfhelpguides.ntw.nhs.uk/manchester/
Wellbeing : http://www.studentsupport.manchester.ac.uk/taking-care/wellbeing/
I’m worried about : http://www.studentsupport.manchester.ac.uk/taking-care/imworriedabout/
Below you will find a range of services to help you look after your mind and body whilst at university.
If you don’t know which service may be most appropriate, don’t worry, contact the Student Support and Advice team and they will be able to help you.
DIstance Learning Students
If you wish to make an appointment with the Counselling Service, email firstname.lastname@example.org and they will either arrange a phone session, or once they have IG clearance, a video session.
You can also register with the Disability Advisory and Support Service (DASS) and a disability support plan put in place for you in the usual way. Students can either contact DASS themselves, or we can do a referral to DASS, with your permission, by completing the relevant forms, and forwarding to DASS.