Struggling with Exams and Revison?

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The SAC offers help and advice about the PEC and Appeals processes, and we encourage students to book an appointment with us if they want to explore these options. 

Newcastle University has chaplains from different faith communities who can provide confidential, emotional support. Students DO NOT have to belong to a particular/any religion to contact our chaplains, they are there to help all students. Some provide mobile numbers so that students can ring them out-of-hours: www.ncl.ac.uk/students/chaplaincy/chaplains/

 

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The Newcastle University Counselling Team provide counselling for students who may be struggling with life concerns which cause unmanageable emotional or psychological distress.

Students are linked to the correct internal or external support system via an assessment appointment. www.ncl.ac.uk/students/wellbeing/support/

You can also ring Nightline 8am-8pm on 0191 261 2905 for confidential support: www.nusu.co.uk/support/nightline 

The NHS also has self-help leaflets on a wide range of issues.

The SAC offers appointments and drop-ins for personal issues and stock lots of information for lots of organisations, including the NHS, Samaritans, MIND etc., which are of use to students, too. Just come by to grab some information.

 

Student Advice Centre is on Facebook (NUSU Student Advice Centre) and Twitter (NUSUadvice) for regular updates.

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