- Good first point of contact on any matter
- General support & signposting
- On call for any welfare emergencies (you can ask a porter for their emergency contact)
- Can fast-track University Counselling Service appointments
You can arrange meetings by messaging your tutor directly or attend one of their designated drop-in hours.
Remember that you can contact any tutor within your college – not just the tutor that you have been assigned! A full list of tutors and their contact details can be found athttps://www.magd.cam.ac.uk/magnet/students/tutors
Porters' Lodge email: email@example.com
Telephone: 01223 332100
For practical support and emergency situations
There is always a porter on duty 24/7 in the Porters’ Lodge.
Chaplain: Revd. Sarah Atkins
Telephone: 01223 332129
Good first point of contact on any matter
A very friendly and confidential listening ear for anything you might have on your mind. Sarah is available to any member of the College to discuss emotional, physical, psychological and spiritual welfare. It is best to arrange an appointment via e-mail or alternatively to catch her as you see her walking around College.
The Health and Wellbeing service, includes Catriona Keane, Head of Student Wellbeing, who is also a counsellor. Catriona is available for intake assessment, wellbeing appointments, advice, and support appointments. Students can contact the service via the following form or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment.
College nurse: Taryn Rothwell
Location: Benson F1
The college nurse provides a fantastic support network for a wide variety of welfare issues. She works term time only and is confidential, approachable and can help with physical health. More information is available at MagNET under the college life- student support- Health and Wellbeing section. Students can contact the service via the following form or email@example.com to arrange an appointment.
Confidential points of contact should you ever feel that you have been harassed or bullied in any sense. There are many different support options for these situations, more information about which can be found in the colleges harassment policy.