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Academic support - Student Wellbeing

Find out how we can help you with any academic problems you are having.


AccessAbility Service - Student Wellbeing

The AccessAbility team provide support for students with a disability.


Alcohol and Drugs - Student Wellbeing

Honest facts about drugs and alcohol can help you make better choices enabling you to be safe and stay well.


Alternative exam support strategies - Student Wellbeing

Find out more about accessing supports such as a Reader, Scribe or Exam prompt for assessments and exams.


Apply for a Mind Your Mood Award - Student Wellbeing

Apply for a Mind Your Mood Award. Required fields are marked with an asterisk. Your Details. Name. Email. Project Details. Provide a brief description of your project. Min 350 - Max 400 words. In answering this question please articulate clearly:.


ASD mentor - Student Wellbeing

More information about the role of an ASD mentor.


Assistive Technology Queries - Student Wellbeing

Contact us if you have a query regarding our provision of assistive technology.


Assistive Technology Trainer - Student Wellbeing

Assistive Technology Trainer. Assistive Technology Trainer. Assistive Technology Trainer. Ulster University; Student Wellbeing. £20 per hour. The post holder will be responsible for providing one to one Assistive Technology training for students


Authorising payment for support sessions - Student Wellbeing

Authorising payment for support sessions. Authorising payment for support sessions. Your support provider will be responsible for recording the date and times of each support session that they have with you on our online system. This will include


Autism NI Impact Award Champion - Student Wellbeing

AccessAbility Advisors within Student Wellbeing provide a range of services and resources to help all Ulster University students with disabilities.


BSL interpreter - Student Wellbeing

More information on how to become a BSL interpreter.


Campus assistant (General) - Student Wellbeing

Information on becoming a campus assistant


Campus assistant (Specialist) - Student Wellbeing

Information on becoming a specialist campus assistant


Chaplaincy - Student Wellbeing

Find out what the chaplaincy has to offer at Ulster University.


Coleraine - Student Wellbeing

Find out more about our counselling service and who to call when you are in need.


Consent - Student Wellbeing

We want to increase awareness around sexual consent to help our students understand and respect personal boundaries in order to help prevent unwanted sexual advances and sexual assault.


Contact Student Wellbeing - Student Wellbeing

Contact Student Wellbeing. Choose your campus. Belfast. Coleraine. Jordanstown. Magee. First name. Surname. Student ID. Contact telephone number. Ulster email address. Nature of query. Academic issues. Counselling. Disability/Additional study needs.


Counselling - Student Wellbeing

Find out more about our counselling service and who to call when you are in need.


Disability - Student Wellbeing

We provide a variety of services for a range of disabilities to help you make the most of your time at Ulster University.


Disability Information for New Students - Student Wellbeing

Find out how we can help you with your disability as a prospective student.


DSA forms and Needs Assessment KPIs - Student Wellbeing

Links to DSA forms and our Needs Assessment Centre KPIs.


DSA Road Map - Student Wellbeing

To help you we have some guidance notes on how to apply for DSA funding.


Dyslexia coach - Student Wellbeing

More information about being a Dyslexia coach.


Educational Psychologist and SpLD Assessor - Student Wellbeing

Educational Psychologist and SpLD Assessor. For more information about the role and the qualities you need, please see the information below. Role: Freelance Educational Psychologist/SpLD Assessor. Location: Ulster University, Student Wellbeing (all


Evacuation Guidance and PEEPs - Student Wellbeing

Information regarding Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP) on campus to assist with safe egress for students that require assistance.


Events - Student Wellbeing

Events. Mind Your Money Workshops (all campuses). How to be more aware of your emotional wellbeing. Wednesday 27 October. 02:00PM to 03:00PM. Blackboard. Stress Awareness for PhD Students and Researchers. Tuesday 02 November. 10:00AM to 11:30AM.


Guidance for Support Providers - Student Wellbeing

Useful information for support providers


Health and Wellbeing Resources - Student Wellbeing

Contact details for when you are in need.


Health services - Student Wellbeing

Learn how you can look after your physical and mental health at university.


Healthy relationships - Student Wellbeing

It is important to maintain supportive healthy relationships. If you have any concerns about a relationship come and talk to us in Student Wellbeing.


Helplines - Student Wellbeing

A list of support helplines on a range of issues including mental health, money management, disability, accommodation and sexuality.


How do I arrange a Needs Assessment? - Student Wellbeing

See how you can arrange your needs assessment with us today.


How to apply for DSA - Student Wellbeing

Find out more information about applying for Disability Student Allowance.


How to become a support provider - Student Wellbeing

Guidance on joining the Register of Support Providers


Information for parents/carers - Student Wellbeing

Parent/carers can have a huge impact on students, find out how you can help.


Jordanstown/ Belfast chaplaincy - Student Wellbeing

Find out more about our counselling service and who to call when you are in need.


Logging support sessions for payment - Student Wellbeing

Important information for support providers about their payment.


Low Intensity – CBT - Student Wellbeing

Self-guided help for those experiencing mild to moderate symptoms of depression and or anxiety, delivered by a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner.


Magee - Student Wellbeing

Find out more about our counselling service and who to call when you are in need.


Maths and statistics coach - Student Wellbeing

More information on becoming a maths and statistics coach.


Medical evidence - Student Wellbeing

In order to help you we need evidence of your disability, read more about the information we need.


Mental health - Student Wellbeing

Our mental health information will explain the range of common mental health issues and let you know how to access help and support for yourself or others.


Mental Health Edge Award - Student Wellbeing

Mental Health Edge Award. Mental Health Edge Award. The Mind Your Mood campaign has teamed up with UUSU to give students the chance to earn credits towards their EDGE award while also learning about and raising awareness of mental health issues.


Mental health mentor - Student Wellbeing

More information on becoming a mental health mentor.


Mind Your Mood - Student Wellbeing

Get involved in our student-led mental health campaign.


Mind Your Mood Award - Student Wellbeing

Following on from last year’s success, we are launching once again our Mind Your Mood award.


Needs Assessment Centre - Student Wellbeing

We provide needs assessments to enable students to access funded disability support.


Note taker - Student Wellbeing

Information on becoming a note taker.


PhD Stress Awareness Workshop - Student Wellbeing

Stress Awareness for PhD Students and Researchers


Physical wellbeing - Student Wellbeing

In order to stay happy and healthy you need to remember to take care of body as well as your mind.


Register of support providers - Student Wellbeing

At Student Wellbeing we match students with support providers for one-to-one disability support.


Roles - Student Wellbeing

More information about the role of an Aspergers mentor.


SafeTALK - Student Wellbeing

Find out more about the SafeTALK half day course.


Search - Student Wellbeing

Search Student Wellbeing. Search. Showing 1 to 82 of 82 results. Academic support - Student Wellbeing. Find out how we can help you with any academic problems you are having. AccessAbility Service - Student Wellbeing. The AccessAbility team provide


Self-help resources - Student Wellbeing

Information, guidance and support for students.


Sexual health clinic - Student Wellbeing

Protect your sexual health by visiting one of our clinics.


Student support on Belfast campus - Student Wellbeing

Student support on Belfast campus. Belfast Student Wellbeing. Telephone:. studentwellbeing@ulster.ac.uk. Room:. BA-02-034. Student Wellbeing Assistant. Student Experience & Wellbeing. BA-02-034 -AccessAbility Adviser. Student Experience & Wellbeing.


Student support on Jordanstown campus - Student Wellbeing

Student support on Jordanstown campus. Jordanstown Student Wellbeing. Telephone:. studentwellbeing@ulster.ac.uk. Room:. 15G20. Head of Student Experience and Wellbeing. Student Experience & Wellbeing. BD-02-021 -Student Wellbeing Assistant. Student


Student support on Magee campus - Student Wellbeing

Student support on Magee campus. Magee Student Wellbeing. Telephone:. Email:. Student Wellbeing Assistant. Student Experience & Wellbeing. MG108G -Student Money Co-ordinator. Student Experience & Wellbeing. MG108G -Student Wellbing Adviser. Student


Student Wellbeing - Student Wellbeing

At Student Wellbeing we provide many services to help students through their time at Ulster University.


Student Wellbeing at Ulster University - Student Wellbeing

Our team are here to support you through any challenges you may face at university.


Student Wellbeing on Coleraine campus - Student Wellbeing

Student Wellbeing on Coleraine campus. Coleraine Student Wellbeing. Telephone:. studentwellbeing@ulster.ac.uk. Room:. E023. Student Money Co-Ordinator. Student Experience & Wellbeing. E023 -AccessAbility Adviser. Student Experience & Wellbeing. E047


Students - Student Wellbeing

Important information for students who have a support provider.


Study skills coach - Student Wellbeing

Information on becoming a study stills coach.


Support programmes - Student Wellbeing

View our support programmes.


Support provider roles - Student Wellbeing

Descriptions of the support provider roles delivered at Ulster University


Support providers - Student Wellbeing

Guidance for support providers at Ulster University


The introductory meeting - Student Wellbeing

The introductory meeting. The introductory meeting. The support provider is responsible for contacting you to arrange an introductory meeting. This informal meeting will be the first opportunity to meet and begin to get to know each other. The


The introductory meeting - Student Wellbeing

Learn what questions will be asked at your introductory meeting.


The matching process - Student Wellbeing

The matching process. The matching process. The Register of Support Providers will cross-reference your recommended needs with the skills and experience of the free-lance self-employed support providers on their register. The match is based on the


The matching process - Student Wellbeing

Find out about about our matching process.


Thinking of leaving? - Student Wellbeing

Information if you are considering withdrawing from your course.


Typist and audio typist - Student Wellbeing

Information on becoming a typist/audio typist.


Wellbeing - Student Wellbeing

Find out more on how you can improve your mental health and wellbeing.


Wellbeing Wednesday Webinar - Student Wellbeing

Wellbeing Wednesday Webinar - Relationships.


Wellbeing Wednesday Webinar - Student Wellbeing

How to be more aware of your emotional wellbeing.


What happens after the Needs Assessment? - Student Wellbeing

Learn what steps are taken after you have your needs assessment.


What happens during the needs assessment? - Student Wellbeing

Learn what to expect during your needs assessment.


What is a Needs Assessment? - Student Wellbeing

Find out more information about our needs assessments and how they can help you.


What is assistive technology? - Student Wellbeing

Assistive technology can greatly improve your work, why not see if you are eligible for it.


What support is available? - Student Wellbeing

Learn more about the support that is available to students with a disability.


Where to find us - Student Wellbeing

Our Student Wellbeing staff are located on each of our four campuses.