University of Huddersfield Wellbeing

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University of Huddersfield Wellbeing

University life is a great experience where throughout your studies you will make lots of new friends and learn lots of new things. However, there may be times when you have concerns or become worried and it is at these times that our friendly team can support you. You can access support through our daily drop-in where no appointment is necessary, a booked appointment with one of our advisers or by attending a workshop or support group which are free of charge.

Wellbeing drop-in

When: Monday to Friday at 11.00am
Location: iPoint reception desk, Level 4, Student Central

There’s no need to make an appointment.

To book an appointment and for general enquiries please contact:

Tel: 01484 471001


Wellbeing Services

Wellbeing Services is here to help students get the most out of their time at University and offer confidential one-to-one and group support with a wide range of personal and emotional concerns.

Here are some of the things we could help you with:

  • Mental health issues including anxiety and depression, self-esteem, or eating disorders
  • Support and ways of working if you’re falling behind with your studies
  • Trans* and Gender
  • Support for care leavers
  • Support for student parents
  • Support for carers

Here are some of the ways we could help:

  • One-to-one meetings with an advisor through the daily drop-in hours, or booked appointments
  • Counselling
  • Workshops and support groups
  • Wellbeing events

Sport and fitness

Our friendly sport and fitness team – TeamHud – welcomes you to join the fantastic sports facilities here at Huddersfield once you arrive at University. With flexible membership options and over 28 different classes led by qualified instructors, the Sports Centre is the place to be. Our fitness suite features the most up-to-date Technogym equipment and with a sports hall, squash courts and two purpose-built studios you will have everything you need to get the most out of your membership.

The University’s Health Centre

One of the first things you’ll need to do when you arrive on campus is register with an NHS general practice. There’s one right next door on the University campus, so if you live within three miles of the University that could be ideal. You’ll find doctors, nurses and physios on hand to help. They can give you advice on everything including sexual health, contraception, sports injuries, rehabilitation, travel vaccines, relaxation and stress.