What to do if you are self-isolating or quarantining
We understand that self-isolating can be a concerning and lonely time for you but we want you to know that you are not alone! If you are feeling lonely or struggling to cope please do talk to us. You can book an online appointment to speak with your Student Officers or a member of the team and we run an online chat service Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm. If self-isolating has an impact on your finances, wellbeing or housing speak with our Student Advice Centre who can support you through this. You are not alone in this and we are here to support you in anyway we can!
The University also have a Student Wellbeing service for you to contact including an urgent help service. Further details of their services can be found here.
Student Minds have created the Student Space to help students find the information and support they need during the pandemic from online chat to confidential phone support. You can find out more about Student Space here.
If you have been told to self-isolate, we are here to support you through it! Your Student Officer Team have been working tirelessly to ensure anyone self-isolating doesn't feel alone.
What have the Student Officer team been up to? Click here to read a statement from the team.
The University have provided you with the latest government guidance if you think you have symptoms of coronavirus along with what to do if you are self-isolating. You can find the most up to date information about this here.
At the Students' Union, we have a whole heap of events, virtual fairs and Give it A Go sessions that are all online for you to get involved in. Staying in doesn't have to be boring! To find out what you can get involved in join our Corona Community. We also have Welcome Back starting on 18 January where you can get involved with lots of online volunteering, societies and skills & development taster sessions as well as events and activities run by our Student Officers! Find out more here.