Health and wellbeing
For medical matters please contact your GP.
Your nearest dedicated sexual health clinic can be found at Ysbyty Gwynedd.
For up to date University information and FAQ’s regarding Covid-19 please see
Self isolating? It’s something many of us are needing to do at the moment.
If you don’t have friends who can do some grocery shopping for you, then you’ll need to book an online delivery. Morrisons provide a doorstep delivery service for those who are self-isolating - to use this service call 0345 611 6111 and select option 5, your food will be delivered the next day. You may also like to check with other supermarkets such as Iceland, Asda and Tesco.
You may also find the following guidance useful.
If you’re feeling stressed by the situation you could contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a support session.
If you’ve not already done so, inform your personal tutor, so that your academic School is aware.
Please also remember that our Student support team staff are still available to help you, just drop us an e-mail email@example.com and we’ll get back to you.
Look out for the SU’s social media for updates regarding volunteering support for self isolating students.
Those 14 days will soon tick by……
Have you had your measles, mumps and rubella vaccination?
Have you had the full two recommended doses?
Check with your GP practice today!
Check with your parents/guardians if you had the immunisations before attending school.
They are usually given at 12/13 months with a second dose at age 3 - 4.
Student wellbeing is a primary concern at the University; and we hope to create an environment which is conducive both to your academic study and to your own health, wellbeing and personal development.
During your time at University there are many opportunities for you to explore a wide range of activities, perhaps for the first time, as well as opportunities to enjoy a social life which is suited to you.
The Students' Union and the University work together to enhance your wellbeing:
- you have personal tutors within your academic school who will help you with any academic issues
- there are study skills sessions to assist you within the learning environment
- peer guides are existing students who will help you to settle into university life during the first few weeks of term
- Student Services and the Students' Union can assist you with specific queries or concerns
- we have a professional student counselling service
- a team of hall wardens provide support for you within halls
- Bangor Prospects can help you find part-time work, and hardship funds to provide some extra financial support if you are having difficulties
- we have special student health facilities at our local GP practice
- a wide range of clubs and societies offer a variety of opportunities to explore individual interests - you can set up your own club or society if there is not one already
- the Student Union Athletic Union represents many sporting interests, including have a go sessions for new sports, and our sports centre at Canolfan Brailsford provides a base for many sporting activities as well as having health and fitness facilities
- your safety and security is enhanced by our university security service, with our own community police officer
Look out for our wide range of Student Wellbeing activities throughout the year - These will be posted on the University Intranet Pages.
We welcome your feedback
We would welcome your feedback about the service received, to enable us to develop and provide the best possible service now and in the future.
Please contact one of the following with our comments:
|Maria Lorenzini||Director of Student Services|
|Steph Barbaresi||Head of Student Support|