- We developed discreet wristbands for new students who might want staff, Residence Assistants and Fresher Team to know that they might need a check-in and bit of additional support as they settle in at NTU
- We’ve made more slots available so students can be seen sooner for wellbeing assessments
- We recruited a placement student who developed some recipes helping students to eat well on a student budget. We also rolled out some recipe cards and had a nutritionist on campus who ran some informative workshops
- We’ve introduced more twilight sessions for various services between 4 – 7 pm over a number of days a week to avoid clashes with lectures and seminars
- We now offer drop-in sessions for international students to ask visa related questions
- A wellbeing forum between NTSU staff and NTU staff has been established in order to ensure all students are getting positive and collective support whilst at NTU
- A working group has been set up with the intention of creating a childcare provision on campus for student parents in the near future
- Increased counselling sessions by 39%.
- More Student Support Advisers in academic schools.
- A new Assessment Centre in the City Campus for Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs) assessments.
- Online booking for supportive services, including Dyslexia, Disability, in-school support, visa and Fee Loan Eligibility checks.
- More twilight Dyslexia Support sessions.
- Strengthening/increased awareness raising around issues sexual violence and hate crime.
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