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Health and Wellbeing

There are lots of things that can affect your studies like:

  • Mental or sexual health
  • Drinking
  • Drug misuse
  • Money troubles
  • Gambling
  • Bullying
  • Discrimination
  • Harassment
  • Being a victim of a crime

If you need to report an incident, or are in need of help please contact the Student Wellbeing Service, based in the Student Guidance Centre, by telephoning +44 (0) 28 90 972893 or emailing

The Student Wellbeing Service is open Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm, with the exception of University holiday closures. Closure dates can be found here

Alternatively, you can call to the drop-in service every Monday - Friday (term time) between 12.30pm and 1.30pm. Students should report to the Information Desk on the 1st floor of the Student Guidance Centre. Drop in slots are on a first come first served basis, and will last approx. 20mins.  To view term time dates click here 

If you would like some information about counselling support, please click here

You can also register with the University Health Centre at Queen’s if your usual GP is now too far away. 

If you need some help urgently, you can contact the following organisations for free and at any time of the day or night:

Inspire Students
0808 800 0016

0808 808 8000

The Rowan Sexual Assualt Referral Centre
0800 389 4424 Freephone 24/7

If you are a member of staff concerned about a student please refer to the staff section of the Student Wellbeing Service website. You may wish to complete this online form or call the Student Wellbeing Service on 028 9097 2893.

Further information on student wellbeing issues is available through the following links: