Glasgow Clyde College
The student advice and support service can be contacted for advice and guidance and all enquiries are dealt with confidentially. Services are provided by professional and dedicated staff and individual guidance interviews can be arranged where required.
What Support is Available?
- Counselling service
- Time to Talk helpline
- Listening Service
- Support for care experienced students
The student counselling service at Glasgow Clyde College offers friendly, private support to students who need help with any difficulties they may be experiencing across our three campuses. You can access counselling with any personal problem but your counsellor can also help you access the assistance of an outside specialist agency if requested.
Please note, for assistance with practical issues such as money, housing, childcare or benefits please contact our Student Advice Centres. You can speak with one of our student advisers via phone 0141 272 3636 or email email@example.com
Time to Talk helpline
Time to Talk is available for our whole college community. Students can call the Time to Talk helpline on 0141 272 3786 from 1–4pm, Monday to Friday and 6-9pm Tuesday and Wednesday. The helpline is staffed by registered counsellors.
We offer a Listening Service for students attending Supported Education courses. These are 30-minute private appointments with a trained listener.
Care Experienced Students
At Glasgow Clyde College we are committed to supporting looked-after young people and care leavers. If you would like some help, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
More information on the support available to Glasgow Clyde College students can be found here.
Glasgow Clyde College are currently developing their Student Mental Health Agreement and we’ll share it on this page when it has been launched.