Emotional, Psychological, and Mental Health Support
Student Wellbeing are here to help and support students to cope with issues affecting their academic work whilst studying at the University of Hull. Student Wellbeing aims to provide a space to explore and understand the issues which are of concern and help in finding a way forward.
Self Help Resources
There are lots of free self help leaflets and resources, created by University Counselling Services all over the country.
The Disability Services Team at the University of Hull is here to help you make the most of your time at university. They support students with a range of disabilities, from dyslexia, asperger’s syndrome and other specific learning disabilities, to physical disabilities, unseen disabilities and debilitating medical conditions.
Dignity and Respect Scheme
Advisor – Anne Mwangi (email@example.com)
Please note this scheme is open to all students registered at the University of Hull
Equality and Diversity
The University of Hull is committed to promoting equality and diversity in all its activities and aims to provide a work, learning, research and teaching environment free from discrimination and unfair treatment.
The International Office will assist our international students with any visa issues. The University of Hull has several service areas that are responsible for different aspects of immigration issues.
The Accommodation Office can offer help and guidance for students in need of accommodation during their time at University.
Student Support, Advice and Welfare
The Student Support Services at the University of Hull’s main purpose is to assist students to make the very best of their time at the University of Hull
Hull University Students' Union (HUU)
All students studying at the University of Hull are automatically members of Hull University Union (HUU). They are a charity, helping students during their time at university to create change, gain new skills, access help and support when needed and – most importantly – have a great time! All of the profit they generate through commercial services goes straight back into the student experience.
The Careers Service offer several ways to obtain careers advice and guidance, whether you want to talk through any ideas or concerns about your career, obtain advice on any type of work or your CV, help with interviews or any aspect of recruitment and selection.
Study Skills Centre Information
There are many ways you can help yourself to become a better learner. The practices you used at school or in employment may not be appropriate for Higher Education. This site could give you some useful tips and advice to make you a more efficient and effective student and so maximise your potential to achieve higher grades and enjoy your time at university.