Everyone at the University of Nottingham is here to help you succeed. That includes supporting you with your mental and physical health and wellbeing.
Once you have registered and activated your university email address, you will be able to access MyWellbeing (part of your online Student Life hub) - the university’s home for wellbeing support in one single location. MyWellbeing empowers you to manage and book appointments, sign-up for events and workshops, and access our library of resources.
This page highlights the support you will be able to receive via MyWellbeing (Support and Wellbeing Officers, University Counselling Service and University Mental Health Advisory Service) and wider support and resources across the university. You won’t be able to access MyWellbeing until you have your university username and password, but you can read about these services below in the meantime.
On this page you will find:
Our Support and Wellbeing Team are based in academic Schools and Departments and are the first point of contact for students seeking wellbeing support. The team offer practical advice and guidance and can help you find the right wellbeing support service. They can refer you on to our wider wellbeing team of support and wellbeing practitioners, counsellors and mental health advisors and who can offer you more specialist advice and support if needed or provide information about other local wellbeing services you can access.
Support and Wellbeing Officers
Provides a year-round service for all students. We offer a range of services including groups and workshops, self-help resources and individual counselling. Please note, this is a referral only service.
The Mental Health Advisory Service is there to offer support, advice and guidance to students experiencing significant mental health difficulties.
Mental Health Advisory Service
Our health service offers NHS primary care and GP services.
As well as standard GP and nurse-led services, we have specialist clinics and services including:
- Counselling self-help resources
- Exam and assessment stress
- Sexual health
- Mental health
- Sports and exercise medicine
Our Disability Support Services help to create an inclusive and equitable teaching and learning environment for all students. They provide Support Plans with reasonable adjustments for your teaching and assessments, and advise on concerns around long term and permanent conditions. Let us know if you have a disability, mental health condition, long-term medical condition, autistic spectrum condition, or a specific learning difference.
Our Chaplaincy and Faith Support service offers support to students of any faith and none. They help you practice your faith and engage with faith communities, as well as providing a listening ear for anyone who needs it.
Chaplaincy and Faith support
Our HealthyU programme can help support you to stay healthy whilst at university, helping you make the most of your university experience. Find out about campaigns, events, and resources on a range of wellbeing issues.
You can access support 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year with Togetherall. Sign-up is free with your university email address – it takes five minutes and you’ll have immediate access to courses, and wellbeing tools like journalling, goal-setting and self-assessments. You’ll also be able to chat to other peers or trained professionals anonymously.