We're here to help: Hallam Help
We hope that you are enjoying your time at Sheffield Hallam and meeting lots of new people.
Starting at uni is a big lifestyle change - moving away from your home town and leaving behind family and friends. That’s why it’s important that you know about the support services available. If you're struggling, let us help!
The new university help and advice service, here to provide you with high quality support wherever you need it. To find answers online, access support services and see where the Hallam Help points are on campus click here.
If you feel you would like to discuss your feelings, or mental health in a private and confidential space, with a trained adviser, contact our Student Wellbeing team. For more information click here.
Support for Disabled Students
If you have a disability, medical condition, or a specific learning difficulty speak to Disabled Student Support and get access to the support you need - learning contracts, drop in sessions, support workers and equipment.
Extra support is also available if you are an international student, mature student, care leaver, a student with caring responsibilities, or a student who is estranged from family. To find out more take a look at the information here.
Contact Hallam Help to access the support you need:
Remember - help will always be given at Hallam to those who ask for it!
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