Wellbeing and Support

By being part of a college we hope that you come to feel like this small community is a place of belonging, where you are supported throughout your time at Roehampton to achieve the most you can.

We are committed to supporting your wellbeing, and work in close partnership with the university’s central services to provide a wide range of support for our students.

For more information on Student Support and a list of our services, please visit: https://www.roehampton.ac.uk/student-support/

There you will find a variety of support services, such as:

  • Disability Services
  • Wellbeing
  • Studying
  • Mature Students Support
  • Careers
  • Support for Care Leavers
  • Financial Support

Each college has its own Student Wellbeing Officer (SWO). Jo Eskdale is the Southlands College Wellbeing Officer and is here as your first port of call if you are facing any difficulties, uncertainties, or anxieties.

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Jo Eskdale – Student Wellbeing Officer

No problem is too big or too small – if it’s worrying you it’s a problem. You can make one-to-one appointments with Jo, and there are also weekly drop-in sessions with Wellbeing Officers at the Information Centre in Digby Stuart College, for all students.

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Weekly Commuters Breakfast, in The Reef (left) and Prayer Station in The Well, for All Souls Day (right).