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Your Wellbeing: Other campus services

A guide to resources, events and support for student wellbeing at the Medway campus.

Meet your Chaplain

Lynne MartinYour Medway Campus Chaplaincy is also here to support you! Medway Chaplain, Lynne Martin, works across all three universities as part of the support structure for all students and staff.

International students - join a TABLEtalk via Zoom to make new friends, meet with other nationalities and learn about British culture and the English language. Email to register your interest and request the Zoom link.

Connect with Lynne and find out about current activities via her blog or Facebook


SafeZone is a free safety app for all students and staff.

You can use it to alert the Campus Security via your mobile phone if you need urgent assistance, first aid or if you have an emergency on campus.

Download the app on your mobile phone and sign up with your university email.

Find out how it works.


Connect with your Students' Unions

Did you know that there are a lot of wellbeing support and events that you can join to help with your mental health and feel more connected and less isolated? Your students' unions offer loads of events and activities to stay connected. You can also join a bunch of societies to meet new likeminded people. Click on the logos to find out more!

The HubGreenwich Students' Union logoKent Union logoChrist Church Students' Union logo

GK Unions Welcome back fair January 2020

University Wellbeing Services

It's OK to not always be OK, and your university's student support and wellbeing services are here for you!

Managing university life can be stressful for many students. Preparing assignments, meeting deadlines, revising and taking exams, can make you feel anxious and stressed.

University of Greenwich

Wellbeing Hub Discover more about wellbeing, including the support and opportunities that are available at the University of Greenwich.



Listening Ear

Listening Ears are members of the University of Greenwich staff who volunteer their own time to help make the University a safe and productive environment in which to work and study. Listening Ears come from a variety of roles and levels across the University. Listening Ears can be contacted through emailing


Student Wellbeing and Advice Service offers support through three teams: Counselling, Mental Health and Wellbeing, and Disability & Dyslexia.

The teams are available Monday – Friday 9am to 5pm. You can contact them if you have any questions or concerns or would like to book an online or phone appointment.

Counselling Service

Email:  Tel: 020 8331 9444

Mental Health and Wellbeing Service

Email:  Tel: 020 8331 7875

Disability & Dyslexia Support 

Email:  Tel: 020 8331 7875

University of Kent


Wellbeing TeamKent Student Support and Wellbeing Team is committed to improving access to learning and providing counselling, mental health, Specific Learning Difficulty, Autism and Disability support.

Mental health, Specific Learning Difficulty, Autism and Disability support


Free confidential counselling service at Medway

Email: medway 

Wellbeing Events

Boost your mood and meet new friends through Wellbeing Events and workshops such as:

  • Walking Buddy - Medway: get out, meet another student and energise your mind!
  • Student Mindfulness Sessions
  • Wellbeing Cafe
  • Just Coffee on Campus - Medway: have a virtual coffee/tea break with another students

Exam Calm

Exam Calm is pact full of resources, information and activities to help you stay calm and connected, and feel prepared and empowered to tackle your exams.




The University of Kent has an online reporting tool where students can easily report incidents of sexual misconduct and assault, harassment (non-sexual), assault, bullying, discrimination and hate incidents. The tool allows both anonymous and named reports.  If you choose to provide identifiable information, we will contact you to offer support or discuss ways that you can (if you wish to) report the incident formally. Anonymous reports help us to make our university the safest it can be, as we will review all anonymous information to ensure that we are ​monitoring incidents reported and putting ​new strategies in place where needed. Have your voice heard. Visit Report and Support now.

Canterbury Christ Church University

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Student Support Services has a network of trained professional supporting you whether you are seeking guidance to help you successfully continue with your studies, looking for a safe space to talk or need further support with mental health.


Both Student Wellbeing Advisers and Mental Wellbeing Team offer virtual Drop-ins

Monday-Friday, between 12 noon and 1pm, via Blackboard.

Student Wellbeing Advisers offer confidential support and advice about general wellbeing, personal, financial and housing matters. They offer a mixture of face-to-face and online support via email, phone and video conferencing.

Student Wellbeing Advisers


Tel: 01227 922675

Mental Wellbeing team includes trained mental health professionals and counsellors who are here to help you look after your mental health. The Mental Wellbeing team is available out of hours on Tuesday and Thursday evenings (5-7pm).

They can support you via email, telephone, video calls, virtual drop-ins and face to face.

Mental Wellbeing Team


Tel: 01227 923056

Report + Support

Sexual violence, sexual harassment, relationship abuse, bullying, harassment and hate crime are never ok. All staff, students and visitors to our campus can report something either anonymously or with contact details so you will get a response. Reports can be about an individual, a group of people or cultures.

The Christ Church Online Student Community is a space to be with people virtually, chat, share tips and ideas, take part in online events and most of all have fun. Join the Facebook group.


Get Fit to Study with StudyFit

A free six week fitness programme to help with low self-esteem, stress, anxiety or a low mood. Christ Church Sport advisors will work with you to create an activity plan; encouraging you to build up your weekly activity levels and helping to improve your wellbeing by trying out new and exciting fitness activities.