Continue using the University of Reading website
Find out about the personal support available to you including learning support, physical and mental health services, disability support and spiritual care.
Information for students at the University of Reading about COVID-19 symptoms and testing
Key contacts for help and advice
A handy toolkit to help you through these hard times - support, community, money, study and wellbeing tips.
The scheme offers the chance to be matched with a fellow UoR student or staff member for online support, to help you feel more connected to our community wherever you are.
Student Space is here to make it easier for you to find the support that you need during the coronavirus pandemic.
A safe community to support your mental health, 24/7.
Our NHS self-help guides are available to download in several helpful formats. Information available on a range of topics.
Learn > Develop > Succeed. Talks are free, open to all and attendance counts towards the Red award and Life Tools certificate.
Providing contact details for a variety of organisations and support within, and external to, the University of Reading.
Bullying, harassment and discrimination is #NeverOk. Here’s how to report it.
Got a question, need help or seeking advice? Visit the Support Centres to get answers to all of your queries.
Find out where to get help with all your teaching and learning queries.
Visit Student Services in the Carrington Building on Whiteknights Campus, to find help on a wide range of non-academic issues.
The Student Welfare team is here to help you with any personal difficulties you may experience during your time at the University.
The place to come for professional counselling, wellbeing and mental health support - available free of charge to all University of Reading students.
A wide range of disability support to assist you through your studies. Find out about accessible accommodation and financial support.
Wondering how you can have a great time at university, without concerns about money? We are here to help
The dedicated university service offering telephone and email advice plus visa advice appointments
Support for students at our Malaysia campus.
Find the best person to help with your medical problem, and how to register with a local GP.
Support with university studies and exams
Our tips for looking after your health, wellbeing and personal safety during your time at university.
Sometimes it's easier to speak to someone your own age or to someone who has been through similar experiences to you.
The University offers a welcoming community for people of all faiths and none.
Find out about the available support for care leavers and estranged students.