GCU Wellbeing

Togetherall_logo‌At Glasgow Caledonian University we are committed to ensuring our students have the best possible experience during their time here. The Student Wellbeing team provides a free and confidential advice and support service. We offer a friendly face and a listening ear in a safe and non-judgemental environment. Our aim is to support you through your time at University and help you to achieve your academic success. 

Our teams offer support for all aspects of mental health and wellbeing through a range of different services to help support our students, including:

Please also see our need to talk to someone webpages for further information on contact details for each service.  

GCU Wellbeing also work with partners across the University and the sector to enhance wellbeing through strategic projects, including having developed a Student Mental Health Action Plan. 

If you have any comments or suggestions on any aspects of our service, please use our feedback form, or contact us.  

GCU also have a Report and Support online reporting tool for our students to submit a report about misconduct they experience on campus and access contextualised support resources. GCU is dedicated to identifying and tackling inappropriate behaviour, whenever it arises. No one in our community should ever be the focus of gender based violence, sexism, racism, discrimination, assault, bullying, harassment or any other offensive conduct. By reporting an incident you experience or witness, you could help prevent something similar from happening to someone else. Help make GCU a better place. Tell us about your experience.

Detailed information about the support we can provide is outlined on this website and includes the following areas: