RGU offers a wide range of support services, including for mental health issues. Staff and students can help you to ensure you get the best university experience possible. All you have to do is reach out!
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RGU’s support services for mental health
- Counselling & Wellbeing: RGU’s Counselling & Wellbeing team offers a safe, non-judgemental space to open up about your struggles. Appointments with the team are free and can be done in-person, online, or on the phone.
- The Inclusion Centre: The centre has many years of experience supporting students with learning difficulties, but also offers support for any student suffering from mental health issues.
- RGU Peer Support: This is a peer-to-peer service offering confidential and non-judgemental listening services. You can book sessions with their team of trained students if you feel lonely, homesick, stressed, or if you just need someone to talk to.
- RGU Nightline: RGU Nightline is a student-led helpline that offers an anonymous listening service to students outside of academic hours.