We are always here for you. Find out about the services, information and support you can access as a BU student. For life-threatening emergencies call 999 or 01202 962222 if you’re on campus.
Support and useful information about the use and misuse of alcohol and drugs.
Our on-campus police team provides security and personal safety advice - and are happy to chat if you need to get in touch.
The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is a leading movement against suicide offering free, confidential support.
Depression is a serious mental health condition that can affect your life in a variety of ways. Spot the signs and find out where to get help.
Get help and advice if you, or someone you know, has been a victim of a hate crime or incident.
Feeling homesick at uni is really common; find out what can cause it and the best ways of dealing with it.
Specialist mental health advisors provide one-to-one support to help students address barriers to learning and achieve positive outcomes.
NHS 111 is a free, 24-hour service, available online and over the phone when you need urgent medical advice.
Offering confidential suicide prevention advice for young people.
Information on pregnancy and advice on what to do if you think you are pregnant.
Please use our online form to report an accident, incident or near miss
At BU we are committed to providing a safe and secure environment in which you can live and study.
If you're having a difficult time, struggling with everyday life, or are worried about someone else, the Samaritans can help you.
Help and advice if you, or someone you know, has been a victim of sexual assault or harassment, or a hate crime or incident.
Keep yourself healthy - find out how you can access free contraception, sexual health clinics and STI tests.
The Student Medical Centre on Talbot Campus offers a full range of services including; online advice, booking appointments, vaccinations and out of hours support.
If you're looking for advice or support to help you through any personal or academic issues, have a confidential chat with our team.
Free independent and confidential advice on housing, money and personal matters offered by BU Students' Union.
If you are thinking about leaving your course, interrupting or changing your mode of study, we can provide advice and guidance for you.
Find out how we can help if you're feeling anxious
Find out who to contact for emergency or out of hours support - including during vacations.
Find out how you can get urgent help online, by phone or in person.
A team of BU staff provides an out-of-hours service for welfare and wellbeing issues.
Check out our comprehensive list of on campus and external support and information.