Other Resources

The Student Advice Service, provided by CUSU and the Graduate Union, offers free, confidential, independent and non-directive advice, information and representation. Their advisors include two professional staff members, as well as the Women’s Officer, the Education Officer and the Welfare & Rights Officer, who also manages the service. Any student can make use of their service for any issue, whether as a first point of call or a last resort. Their contact details are here, and they also offer weekly drop-in sessions. Their support is student-centred and free: they are independent from the College and the University so no one will know that you’ve contacted them unless you want it known.

The University also runs the Counselling Service, and other resources include Centre 33, Samaritans, Mind, Cambridge Rape Crisis Centre, and Linkline.