Coronavirus: Support

Support for students

  • Public Health England has issued guidance on the mental health and wellbeing aspects of Covid-19 available here. The World Health Organization has issued information about how to cope with stress during the outbreak here.

  • If you would like to access emotional support, please contact the University's Wellbeing Team.

  • Further University support and guidance can be found on the Support for All webpage here

If you have any questions or concerns about coronavirus, please contact cvreports@roehampton.ac.uk.

I am a student and I can't afford to pay for the essential things I need?

The University has a hardship fund designed to support students in difficult situations. More information can be found here.

Support for staff

  • Public Health England has issued guidance on the mental health and wellbeing aspects of Covid-19 available here. The World Health Organization has issued information about how to cope with stress during the outbreak here.

  • If you would like to find out about emotional support, please contact the Employee Assistance Programme.

  • Staff may also speak to their line manager, Head of Department, HR Account Manager or the Employee Assistance Programme (details on the staff portal here).

  • Further support and guidance can be found on the Support for All webpage here

If you have any questions or concerns about coronavirus, please contact cvreports@roehampton.ac.uk.

Racist abuse

The Covid-19 outbreak has resulted in an increase in racist abuse around the world. If you experience this, support is available.

If you ever feel unsafe on campus contact Campus Security on 020 8392 3333. You can also speak to your academic guidance tutor, flat rep or any member of University staff.

If you experienced or witnessed a hate crime or hate incident then plese contact the University's Wellbeing Team.

If another student has been abusive you can any issue and it will be considered under the Student Complaints Policy.