Glasgow Caledonian University
At Glasgow Caledonian University we are committed to ensuring our students have the best possible experience during their time here. We provide free and confidential advice and support from our dedicated Student Wellbeing Team. Our aim is to support you through your time at University and help you to achieve your academic success by providing a friendly face and a listening ear in a safe and non-judgemental environment.
What Support is Available?
The Student Wellbeing Team includes Counsellors, Wellbeing Advisers, Mental Health Advisers, Project Officers and the Disability Service who work to offer support for all aspects of mental health and wellbeing through a range of different services to help support our students.
- Contextualised support for diverse student experiences (for example, Student Carers, Care experienced students, and more)
- Wellbeing advice
- Mental health advice
- Disability support
- Online self-care resources
- 24/7 support through Togetherall
- Workshops and events
- A wellbeing newsletter (You can also submit ideas to be featured here)
- Report and Support: An online reporting tool to submit a report about misconduct on campus and access contextualised support resources. By reporting an incident you experience or witness, you could help prevent something similar from happening to someone else. Help make GCU a better place. Tell us about your experience.
You can get in touch with us through email at StudentWellbeing@GCU.ac.uk or call us at 0141 273 1393. Our service operates from Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.
More information on the support available to Glasgow Caledonian University students can be found here.
The Student Mental Health Agreement currently in place at Glasgow Caledonian University can be found here.