How to access wellbeing support
Our wellbeing services offer a range of support both online and in-person. The information below will help you to understand and access the right service for you. Alternatively, if you are on-campus drop in to one of our Student Services Centres to find out more.
Browse our wellbeing toolkit
Our wellbeing toolkit is a good starting place to boost your learning about wellbeing at NTU. It includes advice from other students, events on campus and useful apps with a range of self-help tools and guidance.
Access specialist wellbeing services
Our specialist wellbeing service teams include:
- Wellbeing Advisors
- Mental Health Support Specialists
- Student Support Advisers
You can access these specialist services by completing this online form for yourself, or for someone else you're worried about:Support and wellbeing referral form
What happens next?
After submitting the form, you will receive an email to confirm that we are assessing the information you provided and matching you to specialist advice or support. We aim to contact you within two to three working days.
Concerned about suicide?
If you or someone you know is at immediate risk of suicide and in need of emergency assistance to keep safe, seek immediate help by calling 999.
Find out what other support is available on our concerned about suicide web page.