Support at the university 

Dignity Advisors are university staff who are available to provide impartial and confidential advice to support staff and students who have issues or concerns regarding harassment, bullying or victimisation. 

Support and Wellbeing Officers are on hand to help support students. They can provide guidance, help and advice if you're experiencing difficulties. 

University of Nottingham Campus Security aim to ensure the University of Nottingham is a safe and secure place for students, staff and visitors. They can assist with crime prevention, reporting and investigation.                                 

University Counselling Service offers free confidential support to students and staff.
University Community Engagement Team can provide support to students living off campus in the community.         
Chaplaincy and Faith Support for students and staff of any faith or none. A quiet word in a confidential space can be arranged at short notice.           

 Students' Union Advice is a free, impartial, advice service provided by the Students' Union, independent from the university, providing support to students. 

 The Students’ Union has a number of student networks who can provide good advice and peer support

Find out more on the support available for mental health and wellbeing on our HealthyU pages

Specialist Services 

Victim Care can support you if you have been a victim of crime even if you do not want to report the crime to the police. 

Nottinghamshire Police also have information with support for victims of stalking and harrasement.

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