There are also many sources of welfare advice and support across Oxford which are open to all students for free.
How can I access these?
Nightline is a confidential listening service run by students and is open 8pm-8am from 0th-9th week. You can call, visit the offices, Skype and instant message. It is a service there for everyone, no matter how big or small the problem, so don’t hesitate to contact whenever you need it.
Phone: (01865) 270270
The University Counselling Service http://www.ox.ac.uk/students/welfare/counselling
Oxford has its own counselling service open to all students. In order to make an appointment, you can email or call. The service is open throughout the year and can even do Skype calls for any students on their year abroad.
OUSU Student Advice Service: firstname.lastname@example.org – 01865 288466
They can hep with everything from academic matters to harassment, living out and pretty much anything else you can think of. And if they can’t help you, they’ll help you find someone who can.
Information – Advice – Advocacy
Impartial – Confidential – Free