Everyone at the University of Nottingham is here to help you succeed. That includes supporting you with your mental and physical health and wellbeing. 

Our services are available throughout your time at university, whether you need some advice with the day-to-day stuff or require more specialised support.

We also know that sometimes it's enough to just know you're not alone, which is why you'll often see fellow students talking about their experiences with mental health and wellbeing on our social channels.

On this page you will find:


Health and wellbeing support

Our HealthyU programme pulls together resources and support for every aspect of your health and wellbeing at university. Find out about everything from healthy eating to mental health; sex and relationships to stress management.


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Support and wellbeing officers

Our team of support and wellbeing officers work alongside your personal tutor or supervisor and other university services. They encourage a healthy approach to your studies and provide practical advice relating to university policies and your studies.

Support and wellbeing team



Counselling service

Provides a year-round service for all students. We offer a range of services including groups and workshops, self-help resources and individual counselling. 



Faith support

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

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Disability Support Services

Our disability support services help create an inclusive and equitable teaching and learning environment for all students. Let us know if you have a disability, mental health condition, long-term medical condition, autistic spectrum condition, or a specific learning difference.

Disability support



You can access support 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year with Togetherall. This includes chatting to other peers or trained professionals anonymously, taking part in courses and using other wellbeing tools like journaling, goal-setting and self-assessments for support.   

Sign-up is free with your university email address – it takes five minutes, and you’ll have immediate



Student Services

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Please see our need help page for telephone and online contact points