University of Glasgow
The University of Glasgow Counselling Service supports students to manage their mental health and wellbeing, developing strategies that will help them successfully complete their course of study. Initial consultations can be booked here.
What other support is available?
- 24/7 Student Advice Line and app, including online chat
- Peer Wellbeing Support
- Wellbeing Masterclass Programme
Please get in touch if you are experiencing difficulties with your mental health. Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0) 141 330 4528
The University of Glasgow Student Support Officers (SSO’s) provide first line support as a listening ear, encouraging and helping students to resolve issues and difficulties, signposting them to sources of information, advice and guidance, in relation to their studies and their wellbeing.
The SRC Advice Centre offers free and confidential advice on a wide range of issues and concerns, as well as being a third party reporting centre for hate crime. The Advice Centre is located on the ground floor of the McIntyre Building (next to the University Main Gate) and is staffed by professional and experienced advice workers.
The University of Glasgow does not currently take part in the Student Mental Health Agreement project, so does not have a SMHA in place.