Due to the ongoing pandemic, in-person welfare services are currently unavailable. Despite this, there are plenty of virtual welfare services available. 

Information on college welfare provision during the pandemic – welfare tutors, nurse, counsellor, physio, Dean of Chapel & Tutorial Department support – is available on JNET.

The JCSU welfare team are always available to contact using the details below. They are also running virtual drop ins on Google Hangouts, get in contact if you would like to attend.

  • Aurelio Petrucci – JCSU and College Enquiries; Sundays, 4pm-5pm BST
  • Honor Abery – Female and Non-Binary Welfare Officer; Fridays 4.30pm-5.30pm
  • Angus Harron – Male Welfare Officer; Tuesdays 7pm-8pm
  • Sophie Baldwin – Disabilities and Mental Health Officer; Wednesdays 1pm-2pm
  • Satya Amin – International Students’ Officer; Mondays 7pm-8pm
  • Bobby Mugo – Ethnic and Religious Minorities Officer; Saturdays 11am-12pm
  • Ben Gibson – LGBT+ Officer; Wednesdays 5pm-6pm


JCSU Support Networks

Female & Non-Binary Welfare Officer

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Male Welfare Officer

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Women's and Non-Binary Officer

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Ethnic and Religious Minorities Officer

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Mental Health and Disabilities Officer

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International Students' Officer

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LGBT+ Students' Officer

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Freshers' Officer

 

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Access Officer

 

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College Support Networks

Welfare Tutors

The Welfare Tutors are available to listen and to offer help with any problems or difficulties that are not of a purely academic or administrative kind, through daily drop-in sessions.

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College Counsellor

The College Counsellor offers time-limited counselling and can sign-post to more specialist or long term support if needed for severe mental health issues or crisis interventions.

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College Nurse

The College Nurse is a point of contact for any health related problems or queries by College members. She is available to contact by booking an appointment or attending a drop-in.

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Financial Tutor

The Financial Tutor deals with any problems of a financial nature. They can make special arrangements for payment of College Bills and advise on your eligibility for any hardship funds.

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Senior Tutor

The Senior Tutor has responsibility for all students of the College. Any member of the College is welcome to discuss general or individual problems of any kind with him.

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The Porters

The Porters are available 24/7 and should be contacted in the event of any urgent matters. They can sign-post to the appropriate support, from welfare tutors to emergency services.

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University Support Networks

University Counselling Service

This is an organisation that provides access to trained and accredited counsellors and therapists. As well as providing one-to-one counselling, there are also group-workshops for students. They also have a huge amount of useful information and advice on their website.

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Students' Unions' Advice Service

The Student Advice Service offers free, confidential and independent support on a large range of issues. If you feel you have been discriminated against, treated unfairly, or would like to discuss something that is bothering you, you are welcome to contact them - for the first time or as a last resort.

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Disability Resource Centre

The DRC provide confidential, professional and accessible service for disabled students (current and prospective) and staff supporting them. They provide advice and guidance and have various support programmes for disabled students to ensure equality of opportunity.

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Wider Support Networks

The Samaritans

We’re here, day or night, for anyone who’s struggling to cope, who needs someone to listen without judgement or pressure.

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Nightline

Need to talk? Nightline is the student-run listening and information service - anonymous, non-judgemental and completely confidential.

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Mind

Mind's objective is to make sure no one has to face a mental health problem alone. They can provide a range of support to anyone.

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Big White Wall

A safe community to support your mental health, 24/7. Its a safe place to talk, share and support others who may feel in a similar situation.

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Qwell

Looking for support, but unsure who to talk to? Qwell offers an online chat service with qualified advisors, plus lots of resources on mental health.

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Shout

In a crisis? Anxious? Worried? Stressed? Get 24/7 help from a team of crisis volunteers, who are specially trained to give support.

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