Is Cambridge taking its toll on you? Get help today.
This is an outline of the welfare resources available to you, in college and beyond. If you have any feedback about our welfare work, please get in touch with our welfare officers.
Questions and Answers
Who do I contact if my supervisor doesn't do their job properly? What happens if I fail an exam for personal reasons? Who can I contact if my DoS doesn't support me? Where can I learn more preventative techniques to keep me from stressing about work?
Who do I tell if I'm too unwell to do work? When and where should I start asking for help if I feel anxious? Who can help me solve financial, medical and other personal issues in college? Where can I exercise and keep healthy?
How does the "college family" system work? Where can I get help if I feel left out socially? How do I combat culture shock as an international student and where can I meet friends from home? How can I be supported as an ethnic or sexual minority?
If you're ready to get in touch, or if you don't have any particular questions, this is an outline of contact details, opening hours and further information about the resources available to you.
Other Support Around Cambridge
There are many parties providing further support around Cambridge should you need it. We have gathered some here, and you can access their websites by clicking the photos.