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The Student Services team are here to help if you need support while studying. As a University of Liverpool student, you can access help with health and wellbeing, assistance with your studies, financial advice, and more.
In the latest of our Meet the Team series, Wellbeing Team Leader, Danny introduces the wide range of support available through Mental Wellbeing, Disability Support, Visas and Immigration, and Financial Advice.
Student Services are based in the Alsop Building on University Square. There are also facilities across campus, including Brownlow Health GP service.
The Student Services web pages contain lots of information, including Study Support and Self-Help Guides. You can also access the online booking system to arrange a confidential one-to-one appointment.
Student Services are also here if you need to report bullying, harassment, sexual misconduct, hate crime, assault or discrimination. Report + Support is a quick and simple reporting tool that allows you to report any incident through an online platform.
If you are feeling anxious, stressed, or just need to talk, then the team are here for you. Find out more about the support available on the Student Service webpages.
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If you feel like you're suffering from more than a bout of exam nerves, then extra support is available. Take a look at our free and confidential support services here: https://news.liverpool.ac.uk/2022/05/24/wellbeing-support-and-resources-for-students-2/
🧑🔬INNOVATION | Yesterday Steve opened @LivUni's new £12.7m @DIF_Liverpool - made possible by £5m from the Combined Authority.
It's an outstanding new facility that will look to turn the University's world-leading research into exciting new innovations with business and industry.
We were delighted to receive a generous gift from alumnus Mr Jim Corcoran BEM and others to kick start our Glioblastoma (Brain Cancer) Fund!
You can read the full story, plus how initiative @seven4kevin1 is raising funds towards the campaign: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/giving/news/stories/title,1326399,en.html