The Positive Living Team provides an easily accessible counselling service which is available to all undergraduate and postgraduate students at the University. The team of qualified counsellors and psychotherapists work with a variety of approaches, and provides counselling for students experiencing a wide range of issues.

The Students’ Association Advice Centre provides free, professional and confidential advice service for all GCU students. Students can obtain accurate information on all the services and rights to which they are entitled and to provide support, mediation, advocacy and representation where appropriate.

Nightline is a confidential listening and information service run by and for students of GCU and the University of Strathclyde. Nightline offers information and support to students throughout the night, from 7pm to 7am, Monday to Friday. Call 0141 552 2555.

GCU is committed to promoting equality and diversity, and aims to create a working and learning environment free from discrimination and harassment. The University has an active Harrassment Contacts network in place that can offer informal, impartial and confidential support and advice.

The ARC health and fitness centre promotes the health benefits of exercise within a friendly and comfortable environment. There is a comprehensive programme of exercise classes to suit all levels of fitness, and first time exercisers are encouraged to come along.

Places to eat: There are a range of cafes on the GCU Glasgow campus, including:

  • The Student Refectory, within the Hamish Wood Building
  • The Coffee Shop, on the ground floor of the Govan Mbeki Health Building.
  • Cafe Spark, on the ground floor of the Saltire Centre
  • The Real Learning Café, on the ground floor of the Centre for Continuing Education.
  • The Bistro, within the Students’ Association Building