Beginning your studies at university is perhaps one of the biggest changes to your life and it can represent a major step in terms of your personal development. At SLU, we want our students to be healthy. We therefore provide access to some form of student health clinic at all our study venues. SLU also works with the University Chaplaincy were you can get support.
The success of your studies can be affected by a number of factors. It is not only determined by conditions at the university, but also by your own life situation. At the Student Health Centre, you can get help with study-related problems, such as:
- worry about exams
- fear of speaking in front of groups
- difficulty sleeping
The staff available at the Student Health Centre vary according to location. Usually there are both nurses and welfare officers at the student health clinics.
Everyone at the Student Health Centre is covered by an obligation of confidentiality. This means that no information relating to students is passed on to SLU.
You should not contact the Student Health Centre for general illnesses. You should instead go to a health centre, doctor’s surgery or hospital. For example, if you need help with medicines, injuries, colds, etc.