If you have a disability, health or wellbeing concern that could affect your performance in examinations and assessments and you have completed an assessment with Student Wellbeing and Inclusivity (SWAI), please check your current examination support via the self-service portal. If the arrangements displayed are not what you expected, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org immediately.
The LUWellbeing App can also provide wellbeing support and is completely free to download. It follows a holistic approach using proven methods to positively influence your wellbeing, incorporating mindfulness and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) amongst many other techniques.
Located upstairs in the EHB, the Centre for Faith and Spirituality can offer quiet space for study and taking a break. Chaplains are on hand to offer emotional and spiritual support, 24 hours a day via telephone on 01509 223743.
LSU Advice can also provide independent, confidential and non-judgmental advice for students in conflict with the University or facing difficulties with their studies. They are happy to answer any questions you have and support you through a variety of University processes including academic misconduct and mitigating circumstances.
Further exam and coursework support is available on the dedicated webpage.