Support and welfare
We're committed to the welfare of our students, and aim to make sure that everyone is properly supported.
Some of our academic staff also act as wefare tutors, offering advice and support to any students who want to meet with them during the term. There will always be a welfare tutor on call to see you during term if needed, day or night.
We can also offer financial support if you are struggling with money.
The College has a dedicated counsellor, nurse and physiotherapist, and links with professional counsellors who can offer appointments for our students. You'll also be able make use of the free University Counselling Service.
Jesus College Student Union has dedicated welfare officers who help organise welfare provision and events dedicated to student wellbeing throughout the academic year, such as the pet-a-puppy day.
You may be interested in joining the Peer2Peer programme, which trains students to act as points of contact within the College, offering confidential support to their peers, and advice about other welfare networks.
If you'd like any more information about the support that will be available to you please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.