The University and Students' Union offer a range of health and wellbeing services and information:
University of Nottingham Health Service
Situated at Cripps Health Centre on University Park, the service is dedicated to providing high quality medical services to students and others.
University Counselling Service
The service offers a range of services including groups and workshops, self-help resources and individual counselling.
Provides information and advice on a range of health issues important to students at the University of Nottingham
The Sexual Health page contains advice on sexual health and provides details of the different services available at the University and in the local area.
Visit the Mental Health page for advice and guidance on how to care for your mental health and what to do if you need help.
Student Minds is the UK’s student mental health charity. Their aim is to empower students and members of the university community to look after their own mental health, support others and create change.
Nottingham Nightline is a confidential listening and information service, run by students, for students at the University of Nottingham. Contact them every night of term between 7pm and 8am.
Eating Disorders in Student Services
First Steps offer support on campus to students suffering with mild-moderate eating difficulties, with or without an eating disorder diagnosis.
C-Card is a free condom service for young people aged 13-24 living in Nottingham. C-card registration is available at Students' Union Advice by drop in or appointment during normal opening hours. SU Advice are also a C-Card pick up point.