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Fastrack health and wellbeing

Edge Hill University provides comprehensive student services to support your health and wellbeing throughout your degree.

GP services

If you will be moving away from home for your undergraduate degree studies, we recommend that you register with a local GP when you start begin your degree studies.  Further advice and information on how to do this can be found on our website.

Wellbeing services at Edge Hill University

Student Services is here to help and guide you during your time at university. We have dedicated teams who can support you with your studies and your wellbeing. The teams provide advice on a wide range of areas, including:

Care Experienced and Estranged Students (CEES) – support during your time at university through a dedicated contact. Email to find out more.

Counselling – finding solutions to your problems, ways of coping with university, or just a safe place to talk.

Disability Support – If you have a medical condition, mobility, visual or hearing impairment, mental health support needs or you have an autism spectrum condition, the Inclusion team are here to provide extra support during your time at Edge Hill. Contact them on or visit their website. If you have a specific learning difficulty (e.g. Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADD/ADHD), please contact the Learning Services SpLD team or visit their website.

Inclusion – individually tailored support for student with disabilities, autistic spectrum conditions and physical  or sensory impairments.

Student Support – help to navigate the challenges that come with university life, connecting you to support and services to help you succeed. Email to find out more.

Mental Wellbeing and Counselling –  support for issues that affect your mental wellbeing such as anxiety, stress, low mood or feeling overwhelmed, as well as access to GP and counselling services. Find out more on the website.

For further information about the above services, and others, visit the Student Services website.