Looking after your safety

If you feel that you are in immediate physical danger or need immediate medical attention, please call the emergency services on 999.

If you are on campus, you can also call campus security on 01522 88(6062).

The University of Lincoln takes the safety of its students and staff very seriously and ensures that it takes reasonable steps to guarantee this.

I have recently experienced sexual misconduct, how can the Student Wellbeing Centre support me?

If you have recently experienced sexual misconduct, you should visit the Student Wellbeing Centre as soon as possible. Here at the Student Wellbeing Centre we will take you seriously, will not judge you and will respect your decisions. We have a team of Wellbeing Advisors who are able to discuss your options with you in a confidential space.

You can contact the Student Wellbeing Centre in the following ways:

Call 01522 886400

Email studentwellbeing@lincoln.ac.uk

Arrive at the Student Wellbeing Centre between 8:30am and 5pm Monday to Thursday or between 8:30am and 4:30pm on Friday. The Student Wellbeing Centre is located in between the The Swan and the University Health Centre, up the stairs.

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If you would like to make a complaint against another student, the Student Wellbeing centre can support you with this process. To find out more about the complaints process, please read the Student Anti-Bullying and Harassment Policy here. If you would like to make a complaint against a member of staff, the Student Wellbeing Centre can also support you with this process. To find out more about this complaints process, please read the Student Complaints Procedure here.

If you would like to make a report to the police, the Student Wellbeing Centre can support you to do this. If you are not sure whether you want to make a report to the police, the Student Wellbeing Centre can help you to make an anonymous report to the police. Making an anonymous report does not preclude you from making a full report to the police at a later date.  Whether or not you make a police report is your decision, and you can get support from the Student Wellbeing Centre regardless. We will never pass your details on to the police without your consent.

Supporting your emotional wellbeing

The Student Wellbeing Centre has two services which can support you; the Counselling Service and the Wellbeing Service.

  • The Counselling Service is free and confidential. You can speak to a professionally trained counsellor about any personal concerns or experiences that may be affecting you. To book an appointment please come into the Student Wellbeing Centre from 11am on the day you wish to be seen. We will then allocate you an appointment for the same day (subject to availability). Please note that we do not pre-book counselling appointments and we do not book them by telephone or email.
  • The Wellbeing Service is the opportunity to meet with a Wellbeing Advisor who you can talk to about any area of your life. The Wellbeing Advisor can then discuss the different ways in which we can support you. We run daily drop-in sessions for the Wellbeing Service, these are Monday-Friday between 12-2pm and on Thursday evenings between 5-7pm. You do not need to book, just come into the Student Wellbeing Centre.

Looking after your physical health

If you have experienced sexual violence you may require medical attention. If you need immediate medical attention you should call 999 or visit your local Accident and Emergency. In other instances you should visit your local GP.

Local Hospital

Lincoln County Hospital

Greetwell Road, Lincoln LN2 5QY

01522 512512

GP

University Health Centre

The University of Lincoln, Campus Way, Lincoln LN6 7GA

01522 870010