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Our main city campus is in Stoke-on-Trent. We also have our Centre of Excellence in Healthcare Education, located in Stafford.
The people who govern and manage the University.
Looking after your physical and mental health should be simple at home and at university, which is why we offer a range of services to support your wellbeing.
NHS medical services are available at our Stoke and Stafford campuses. Our on campus GP surgery can be found in the Trent Building on Leek Road at our Stoke Campus, and Stafford Court for our Centre of Excellence at Stafford.
The Disability Support Service is made up of a team of Disability Support Coordinators, Disability Administrators and Sessional Assessors.
We will support and assist anyone with a disability, including specific learning difficulties, mental health needs and with physical and unseen disabilities.
We can advise on Disabled Student Allowances, accessibility issues and a wide range of support and adjustments to meet the individual needs of students. We also offer a diagnostic service for students who think they may have a specific learning difficulty.
We all experience problems and difficulties that affect our mental wellbeing and as a student, you may well find yourself experiencing some of these. Any such difficulties might be related to issues and events whilst at university or they might be connected to previous experiences or issues in your personal life.
If you're finding it difficult to engage with your studies once you start your course with us, or are struggling to cope more generally with any of these types of issues, you can access support through our Student Wellbeing service. We have a range of options to help support you, including staff who can offer wellbeing and counselling support, as well as online resources. So if you do find yourself experiencing difficulties at any point during your studies with us, contact Student Wellbeing and we can explain the different options available.
You can find more in-depth information about the individual services we offer on our Current Students portal.
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