Welfare and Support
At the University of Lincoln, students are at the heart of everything we do. We want your son or daughter to be happy and safe here. In addition to tutor, career, IT and Students’ Union support, we offer a range of other Student Support. Our staff are professionally trained and available to give free, impartial, confidential and non-judgemental advice on all aspects of student life. For example we have:
Student Support Centre: +44 (0)1522 837080
The Student Support Centre is a central point of contact with the University’s administrative and support services. Both the Student Funding Information Team and Advice Services are located here and can deal with general questions about housing or funding issues for example.
Student Services: +44 (0)1522 886181
Students can be referred to Student Services for professional guidance in a particular area such as:
- Health Centre
An NHS Health Centre on campus offers an experienced team of doctors and nurses who are able to help your child with specific medical problems. They also offer advice on health and lifestyle in general. Students are given details on registering with a doctor within the first week that they arrive on campus.
There is a Counselling and Mental Health Services Team providing additional support for those who require it.
Our specialised disability service centre DART co-ordinates support for students with additional needs, ranging from assistance to accessibility
The University of Lincoln is a secular institution and has a full-time chaplain for students and staff of all faiths and none. There are strong links with local faith communities and churches. A Prayer Room/Quiet Space is open to all for silent prayer and individual reflection.
For more information go to our Student Support pages.