Our Student Wellbeing & Support team is carefully structured to make sure you never, ever feel alone.
If you ever have problems or concerns during your time with us, you’re in the best hands.
Financial difficulty can have a significant impact on your studies, so talk to our support team and, through advice about grants, bursaries, loans and more, they’ll help you feel back in control.More info
University can prove challenging at times, so if you ever need a little help in confidence, the fully qualified, accredited and experienced counselling team will be there for you.More info
See frequently asked questions if you are concerned about a loved one who studies with us, if you need more info please get in touch.More info
From taking a break in your studies to extending deadlines, the team is here to support you and keep things achievable while you move through your degree.More info
We are fully inclusive and celebrate diversity through our One Marjon programme.More info
Whether you’re an existing or prospective student, the Disability and Inclusion Advice Service (DIAS) is here to offer you advice in total confidence.More info
Juggling parenthood and your studies is never easy, but with plenty of expert guidance and links to trusted childcare providers, the support team is here to shoulder some of the stress.More info
There’s plenty of backup available at our university for care leavers and looked-after children, including advice on extended accommodation options and university bursaries.More info
If you have any health concerns and you’re not sure where to go, you can always turn to our student support team for confidential advice.More info
Student Wellbeing & Support staff are available for pre-booked appointments and scheduled drop-ins, and are located in the West Block by the Student Hub.
Staff are available 9am - 5pm, but if you need an appointment outside of our regular opening hours, the team will gladly arrange this for you.