There are a range of services available at the University which can help if you feel that you would benefit from some additional support.
Disability, health, and wellbeing support
We recognise that some students require extra preparation and consideration for their examinations in order to demonstrate their true academic potential. If you have a disability, health or wellbeing concern that you think could affect your performance in examinations and assessments, Student Wellbeing and Inclusivity (SWAI) can assess whether a reasonable adjustment should be put in place.
Please be aware that changes to your exam arrangements (ie adjustments) can be only processed up to a certain point prior to the exam, to allow time for them to be implemented.
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. It is available to download on Google Play and the App Store.
Located on the 1st floor of the EHB, the University Chaplaincy offers quiet space for study and taking a break between the hours of 8am-6pm. Chaplains offer a non-judgemental listening service to support staff and students of all faiths and none. Contact can be made in person, by phone (01509 223 741 9am-5pm) or by email email@example.com.
Loughborough Student Union support
LSU Advice provides independent, confidential and non-judgemental 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.
LSU Advice provide independent, confidential and non-judgemental advice for students in conflict with the University or facing difficulties with their studies.