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Health and Wellbeing

Health and Wellbeing

We provide free and confidential health and wellbeing support to all students at Newcastle University. Our Student Wellbeing team offers a wide range of professional and advisory services from their base in King's Gate.

Visit the Student Enquiries knowledge base for student information on COVID 19 and IT systems issues.

How we're keeping you safe in COVID-19

Our student support services are now all available online and being delivered by telephone or video call. If you're looking for one-to-one counselling or wellbeing support, you can arrange an online appointment.

If you're a current student, you can send a query via the student enquiry form.

Prospective students and parents can contact us via our online enquiry form.

If you need more information, you can visit our FAQ page.


Disabled students

For information about support for students with disabilities at Newcastle University visit the Student Wellbeing Disability Support webpages.

If you are a UK student you may be eligible for Disabled Students' Allowances from the government to cover any extra costs you may incur while studying.

 

Counselling and mental health

Professional counsellors and mental health workers are on hand all year round to support students who are experiencing emotional or psychological difficulties. Find out more about our free and confidential counselling and mental health services

Accessing local healthcare providers

Our Student Wellbeing team can help you register with local medical and dental practices when you arrive. The can provide information about: 

 

Alternative formats

Use our enquiries form to request information about the University in an alternative format, for example, Braille, large print or audiotape.