Sometimes you may need a helping hand or someone to listen to you. There are plenty of options for support at both Shrivenham and Cranfield. The important thing is to speak to someone early on as your student time at university is precious.
At the CSA our Welfare Officers are full time students so they know some of the pressures of student life. Contact them via the CSA office or email firstname.lastname@example.org for Cranfield CSA or email@example.com for Shrivenham CSA.
University Student Advice Centre
The Student Advice Centre is a central service, to make sure that from the start, you have access to any support and guidance you might need to help you achieve a successful and fulfilling experience at Cranfield University.
The Support Advisers offer confidential, independent and non-judgemental advice on matters ranging from personal problems and academic issues to University procedures and financial matters.
Advice can be given face to face, by Skype, email or by phone, Monday – Friday: 09:00 – 17:00
T: 01234 752 933 or 01234 752 933
Find us: Ground floor, Education Services, building 45, Cranfield campus.
Face to face counselling services
Whether you are experiencing stress, perhaps because of academic work/pressures/examinations, or you are feeling depressed, anxious or angry, then counselling may be able to help. The University provides a confidential counselling service that is free of charge to all students.
Allways Counselling Services based in Swindon. See the type of support offered here Allways Counselling Flyer pdf
Cranfield campus has 2 student counsellors. You can contact either Barrie Hopwood on 0780 876 6067 or Teresa Townsend on 0795 830 3487. It may be necessary to leave a message on their answering machines but your call will be returned as soon as possible.