Leeds Trinity is proud to be known as the university where you're a name, not a number.

We’re committed to providing our students with a truly personal experience, offering a wide range of support at every stage of your university journey. 

Our friendly Student Support and Wellbeing team is here to help you with a range of personal and academic issues. In-person appointments are available at both campuses, with additional support provided through phone, email and virtual appointments. 


Our services include: 

  • Disability Services
  • The Mental Health and Wellbeing Service, including a broad range of one-to-one and group therapeutic support
  • Student advisers for general support - available seven days a week 
  • The Money Advice Service, including support with student finance issues.



Mental Health and Wellbeing

We know how important it is to take care of your mental health. That’s why you can access free support through our Mental Health and Wellbeing Service.

Whether you’re dealing with personal issues, or just need someone to talk to, our team of qualified and experienced practitioners can provide you with the support and space you need to explore and understand your difficulties – no matter how big or small they are.

In addition to one-to-one sessions and resources, our students are also able to access free 24/7 support through Togetherall.

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Settling into student life

Peer Support Champions are here to support you with academic skills development and settling into student life. They can help you develop skills in structuring academic writing, putting together a strong argument, finding the best resources both online and in the library and understanding and using sources. 

Each Peer Support Champion has their own area of expertise that they are particularly well-versed in, including giving in on-site accommodation; LGBTQ+ topics; clubs, societies and the social aspects of university; BAME issues; moving from undergraduate to postgraduate studies and lived disability experience.

We also have ‘return to learn’ and international Peer Support Champions who can offer invaluable insight into these areas. The Peer Support Champions are recruited from across the University cohort and include undergraduates, postgraduates, and apprentices.

Peer Support Champions will come to some of your classes and there will be specific drop-in weeks where you can sit down with them for a one-to-one.

You can also get support via email. For more information contact learninghub@leedstrinity.ac.uk.

Cost of Living Support

At Leeds Trinity, we understand that the current cost of living crisis is affecting many of our students and their families right now. We have a range of support in place to help you through this.

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Health and wellbeing services

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Students with disabilities

We provide advice and additional support to students with a range of disabilities, including advice on applying for Disabled Student Allowance (DSA).

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Mental health

We can help you find appropriate support from our qualified and experienced practitioners on campus or via the NHS.

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Looking after your physical health

Get registered with a doctor and dentist, get up to date on your vaccinations and find out more about local health services.

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Money advice

We can provide you with advice on money and student finance, both as an applicant and while you're a student.

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