The LGBT Network has several welfare officers available to listen to you if you have any problems at university, help you to feel comfortable during your time at university, and can signpost you to relevant services that the university, SU and the city itself provides. Your welfare officers run events throughout the year that offer you a chance to meet your welfare officers in a safe environment to discuss various LGBT issues.
Alternatively, you can email your SB Officer (email@example.com) and Welfare Officers (firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com) at any time with complete confidentiality with any welfare questions you may have.
We run discussion groups regularly throughout the semester. The topics are always thought-provoking and the tea flows freely!
Discussion group and cafe meet. This is a trans* only space and is open only to students (inc. committee) who identify as trans*, genderqueer or outside the gender binary.
The University Counselling Service offers a variety of groups and workshops across the campuses (Uni Park, Jubilee and Sutton Bonington.) This semester dates are spread out across October and November – but if you miss a session and wanted to go, get in touch with the Service and see if they can work something out or have resources to send you: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/counselling/index.aspx
The Nottingham Lesbian and Gay Switchboard is a service set up to provide help and advice to LGBT* individuals in all matters including coming out, homo/bi/trans*phobia, sexual and mental well-being and many others. They can also help the families of LGBT* people who come out by providing advice and information. They can be contacted by Phone between 7:00pm and 9:30pm (01159348485 or 01623 621515), email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or text (07624 809360).
Nightline is a student-run confidential information and listening service. They are on duty between 19:00 and 08:00 during term time, and are there to offer advice to anyone, and about anything! They can help with welfare and healthcare issues, listen to you when all you need is someone to talk to, and are available 24/7 during exam times to help students through the dreaded exam stress! They can also provide taxi and takeaway numbers, and even all-night alcohol delivery details (not that we condone all-night drinking)! Remember: a problem shared is a problem halved. Nightline are there to help you, nothing is too small. They can be contacted by: