Health and Support

Photo of students at the Reception deskYour well-being is important to us.

If you have any worries or concerns or health issues your first stop should be the Student Health and Support Health Centre. Their service is private and confidential.  Feel free to bring a friend with you, or ask for a chaperone if you wish.

They have a doctor, nurses and mental health nurse on duty every weekday from 8.30am to 4.30pm and also provide access to dietitians.

They offer support and guidance to students requiring help coping with university life, managing relationships, and stress.

There are also other team members who can help with relationship or study related problems that might arise, including:

  • International Student Advisor: Living in an unfamiliar environment can present unexpected challenges the International Student Advisor can offer help and support.
  • Disability Support: Inclusive Education offers support strategies to lessen the impact of a student's illness, injury or disability on their learning and assessment.
  • Chaplains: They offer pastoral support to all students for personal, spiritual and work related concerns.
  • Ethical Behaviour Co-ordinator: If you are feeling at all uncomfortable over student, colleague or staff behaviour on-campus you can also talk to the Ethical Behaviour Co-ordinator.

 
For more information contact:
Phone: 64 3 325 3835
Email: healthsupport@lincoln.ac.nz

 


Page last updated on: 08/02/2013