One of the things that we at SU value and know you do too is your right to your faith, and the importance of equality in all that we do. We know that sometimes university can make accessing places of worship difficult or you can start to feel isolated from your faith and for liberation groups - your ‘tribe’.
We hope the below links will help you when you need support the most, and if you’re ever feeling lost and don’t know where to go please remember you can always email your SU President Welfare & Inclusivity at firstname.lastname@example.org who will be able to help you.
Becky Nesbitt is your Multifaith Chaplain and, together with a team of volunteers, the chaplaincy is available to serve the pastoral and spiritual the needs of students and staff at both Falmouth and Penryn campuses.
To make an appointment call 01326 370460 or email email@example.com
If you feel you need to chat to someone but aren't too sure where to go, have a chat with our SU President Welfare & Inclusivity.
You can get in touch with them by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, calling 01326 255861, or by popping in the SU office.
The Compass is a student information service that offers help and advice on any aspect of university life, whether you have a quick query or require specialist support.
Log your enquiry anytime and anywhere on Compass Online. Alternatively, you can email confidentially at email@example.com or call 01326 370460.
Student Services provide a range of support, information and specialist services, and are here to support you throughout your studies.
A good starting point if you don’t know which service you need, is The Compass – student information desk, who can advise and signpost you to the right service.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission challenges discrimination, promotes equality of opportunity and protects human rights.
Find out more about their work, advice, and support they offer by visiting their website.
University of Exeter students can contact any of the Dignity and Respect Advisors, which are members of staff from across the University who have volunteered and are trained to undertake the role.
Find out more about the advisors on The University of Exeter's website.
The Liberation Committee works towards the equality of all students on campus, including representing marginalised/under-represented groups.
Students can join the committee by nominating themselves during elections for Liberation officer positions.
The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement works for the full inclusion of gay, lesbian and bisexual people in the Christian churches.
Find out more about the movement by visiting their website.
Switchboard is the LGBT+ helpline – a place for calm words when you need them most.
Call them on 0300 330 0630 (10am-10pm every day) email firstname.lastname@example.org or chat to them via their switchboard.
Visit their website for further information.
Tell Me is an email service that acts not only as advice and support for students but also a third party reporting centre for hate crimes.
This is a service designed around you, the students. So please, Tell Me.