We understand that your well-being is key to your success, and we’re committed to providing all our residents with the support and resources they need to thrive. From luxury accommodation facilities to 24/7 on-site support, we are here to help you make the most of your student experience.
Our accommodation facilities that promote student well-being
We believe that a safe and supportive living environment is essential for students, and we take great pride in providing you with just that. Our facilities include fully equipped kitchens, spacious common areas, gyms, and outdoor spaces, where you can relax and socialise with other students. Your safety is our top priority too. From CCTV cameras to secure entry systems, we have everything in place to ensure that you can relax and focus on your studies.
Our equality, diversity, and inclusion policy
We are committed to fostering an environment in which each guest is respected, valued, and treated fairly. We warmly welcome everyone with disabilities and those who have neurodivergences into our community and are dedicated to making our accommodation accessible and making reasonable adjustments to satisfy everyone’s needs.
Here is our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion policy if you would like more information. You can also visit our additional needs page.
Resources and support for student well-being
Student Minds is the UK’s student mental health charity, providing resources, training, and support for students, as well as advocating for student mental health.
Headspace is a popular meditation app that offers a variety of mindfulness and meditation exercises to help reduce stress and promote mental well-being.
Mind is a UK-based charity that provides advice and support to anyone experiencing mental health problems. Their website provides a wealth of resources on a range of mental health topics.
Samaritans provides emotional support to those in distress, including students. They offer a 24-hour helpline and an email service.
Talkspace is an online therapy platform that connects users with licensed therapists for virtual therapy sessions.
The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) provides support and resources for men’s mental health. They offer a helpline and online chat service.
Nightline is a student-led listening service that operates overnight in many universities across the UK. They offer a confidential helpline and online chat service for students to talk about any issues they may be facing.
Heads Together is a mental health initiative that was launched by the Royal Foundation in partnership with several mental health charities. They provide resources and support for a range of mental health issues.
All of these fantastic organisations can provide valuable support and guidance if you need it. Remember, it's always important to seek professional help if you're experiencing mental health problems.
London Universities that offer student welfare help
|Birkbeck, University of London||Brunel University London||City, University of London|
|Goldsmiths, University of London||Imperial College London||King's College London|
|London Metropolitan University||London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)||London South Bank University|
|Middlesex University London||Queen Mary University of London||Ravensbourne University London|
|Royal Central School of Speech and Drama||Royal College of Art||Royal Holloway, University of London|
|SOAS University of London||St George's, University of London||University College London (UCL)|
|University of East London||University of Greenwich||University of Roehampton|
|University of the Arts London||University of West London||University of Westminster|
These universities provide various types of student welfare help, including counselling, mental health support, disability services, financial advice, and accommodation support, among others. It’s always a good idea to check with your university’s student support services for more information on what support is available to you.