HELP IS ALWAYS AVAILABLE IF YOU NEED IT...Published: Wednesday, 08 February 2017
With Semester 2 now underway, this is a reminder about some of the places across the University where you will find guidance if you need it, in addition to talking to your tutor or supervisor or someone in SSO. ...
With Semester 2 now underway, this is a reminder about some of the places across the University where you will find guidance if you need it, in addition to talking to your tutor or supervisor or someone in SSO.
1) School Student Support Office (SSO): http://studentnet.cs.manchester.ac.uk/student-services/index.php?view=ug
2) Study Support: http://www.studentsupport.manchester.ac.uk/
3) General personal support: http://www.studentsupport.manchester.ac.uk/health-and-wellbeing/
My wellbeing 6 evidence based ways to wellbeing which you can easily build into your everyday life
GP/NHS Choices for those times when you want some expert medical help
4) University’s Student Information, Advice and Guidance is based in the multifunctional space of the Atrium and offering help with almost everything to do with your studies and personal issues from financial concerns to queries about changing course: email@example.com
My Manchester Crucial Guide the essential stop for info and advice on everything to do with being a student at Manchester
5) University's Counselling Service: The University of Manchester Counselling Service offers confidential help with any personal issues affecting work, self-esteem, relationships, sexuality, mental health and general well-being. http://www.studentnet.manchester.ac.uk/counselling/
Nightline is a confidential listening and information service run by students for students. It is open 8pm till 8am every night during term time. The phone number can be found on the reverse of your student ID card. firstname.lastname@example.org (Expect a reply within 48 hours). Nightline hopes to launch Instant Messaging (IM) soon. http://manchester.nightline.ac.uk/
The Samaritans: Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to talk confidentially about any problem, however big or small: www.samaritans.org Free telephone to: 116 123
For further help in understanding and coping with suicidal thoughts, and emergency contacts in a crisis, visit Students Against Depression.
Papyrus: A national charity for the prevention of young suicide 0800 068 4141 https://www.papyrus-uk.org/#
6) University's Disability Advisory and Support Service (DASS) for confidential help and support when your condition, whether emotional or physical, has a significant, adverse and long-term effect on your ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities. If you aren't sure you qualify then DO ask - they may be able to help: http://www.dso.manchester.ac.uk/
7) International student visa support: http://www.studentsupport.manchester.ac.uk/immigration-and-visas/
8) Students' Union: http://manchesterstudentsunion.com/home/index
If you’re not sure about where to find the help you feel you need, just email email@example.com, or call in to see one of us (Kilburn Building, LF21).
Best wishes, Student Support Office Team, School of Computer Science