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Coronavirus - Student & Library Services help and advice: Student support

Student support

The University Campus is currently closed, support is still available online.  

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University Coronavirus advice, guidance and FAQs

Confirmed appointments with Student & Library Services advisers can still go ahead either over the telephone or via Microsoft Teams.

Keeping active Q&A

Come and join in our virtual Q&A with Sport & Wellbeing for hints and tips on keeping active. Lots of ideas to help you keep active with limited space and equipment. A chance to ask questions and keep in touch with friends and colleagues.

We now meet weekly every Thursday at 11am on Microsoft Teams. In order to access the team please follow the link below. Once you have clicked on the link you will be able to join the meeting from there. Alternatively you can request to join the team by emailing Hazel Wright on

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Food and Nutrition ideas

Join us each Friday from 11am-12pm on Microsoft Teams to discuss everything food and nutrition. Do you need some tips to cook with limited supplies or some nutritional advice to help boost immunity and mood? We are extremely lucky to have qualified nutritionist, Kelly Rose, online each week to answer your questions. We'd also love to hear about what you've been cooking and baking so please tell your friends and colleagues as all students and staff are welcome.

We now meet weekly every Friday at 11am on Microsoft Teams. In order to access the team please follow the link below. Once you have clicked on the link you will be able to join the meeting from there.

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Alternatively you can request to join the team by emailing Hazel Wright on

Crafting for Wellbeing group

Come and join our Crafting for Wellbeing group on Teams, every Monday 12-1pm

Crafting contributes to all of the 5 ways to Wellbeing..

  • Connect - Meet new people or meet up with friends & colleagues
  • Be Active - Keeps your mind active and helps to develop fine motor skills, such as hand eye coordination, which can improve dexterity, as well as being an important skill when taking part in physical activity.
  • Take notice - Mindfulness, staying in the moment and focused on an activity can help reduce anxiety
  • Learn - Learn something new
  • Give - Sharing your time and your skills with others

All of these things can help boost our mood and help us feel good.

All students and staff, novice to experienced crafters all welcome. We'd love to see you there. 

You can join the team via the link below or email Hazel Wright on to be added

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Faith, Reflection Virtual activities

The Faith and Refection Service offers a variety of virtual activities available to you. For full details including dates, times and joining instructions see the @TeesBelief Facebook page.

Activities include: Staff prayer, Chatter, Student prayer group, Global chat and Bible study

Mental health

If you need urgent support or help contact the emergency services on 999

Disability and Mental Health Services are still available however staff are currently working from home. If you have a general query, please email 

If you already have a named adviser, please contact them directly using email, staff do not currently have access to telephone.

If you need access to mental health services urgently or outside of office hours, please use the link below for self-help information and emergency contact information.

You can also use the following link to locate your local mental health services

Disability support

If you are accessing support from Disability Services and have a query about your student support plan, please contact your named adviser who will be able to help you. If you do not have a named adviser, please send your query to

If you would like to apply for DSAs, please use the following link for further information: Disabled Students' Allowances

If you are accessing specialist one to one support such as Mentoring or Study Skills Tuition through Teesside University, please note that some sessions can still go ahead remotely. Please contact for mentoring or for study skills tuition if you have any queries about continuing with this support. If you are accessing this support through an external provider, please contact them directly for information about what they are offering at this time. If they are not offering remote support, please contact your named Disability Adviser or

If you are accessing ASA support such as a Study Assistant, please note that we are looking into what we may be able to offer students at this time. If you have any queries or concerns about this support, please contact your named adviser or

We would recommend that students utilise the support available through the Learning Hub. Here you will find resources about time management, how to study independently, presentations, reading and research and composing written work which you may find useful.

International students

Advice for current International students relating to the current Covid-19 outbreak is available via the link below


If you are experiencing extreme hardship we may be able to help. 

Please contact us by email at

Looking after children at home?

For creative activities for parents and carers looking after children at home please see the link below

explore 30 fun, constructive and creative activities