University Support Services
Student Wellbeing team
For support with mental health and wellbeing, disability and additional study needs or student money matters please contact Student Wellbeing to speak confidentially with a member of the team.
Student Counselling service
- Freephone (24/7) 0800 028 5510
- Email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Visit the Inspire website and use the registration pin UUHUB to sign up
UU Students’ Union
For help and advice on wellbeing, academic or housing issues.
Sexual Health Clinic
A free sexual health clinic. If you are worried about your sexual health or need any guidance, please come to the clinic for some confidential advice.
Ulster University Campus Security
External Support Services
The Rowan Centre - Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC)
Regional Sexual Assault Referral Centre for Northern Ireland.
Emergency 999, non-emergency 101, Online Incident Reporting
Nexus offer services and support to people who are affected by sexual violence in any form across Northern Ireland
Rape Crisis Northern Ireland
Crisis response helpline for people experiencing distress or despair.
National domestic and sexual Abuse helpline (free and confidential 24/7)
- Call the 24 Hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline 0808 802 1414
- Email National domestic and sexual abuse helpline at email@example.com
- Visit the National domestic and sexual abuse website
Supporting the victims of Rape or Serious Sexual Assault.
Women’s Aid Federation
If you are experiencing domestic abuse and need support or information, contact your local Women’s Aid Federation.
Mens Advisory Project NI
Men’s advisory project provides confidential support and counselling services for men experiencing domestic abuse.
A unique service, based on a user led peer support model for Male Victims of Domestic Abuse.
The Rainbow Project
Promoting the Health and Wellbeing of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people and their families in Northern Ireland.
Victim Support NI
Provides free and confidential information and support to people who are victims of crime or attending a court in the region.
GP Out of Hours Service
The GP out of hours service is for people who need urgent medical treatment but cannot wait until their doctor's practice opens.
Report and Support
Ulster University’s Report and Support platform enables you to report and incident of sexual violence and/or misconduct. There are two options to let us know anonymously or speak to an advisor.