The University of Stirling is committed to looking after the health and well-being of all its students. Each student has access to an Adviser of Studies who can advise on study options and help with academic issues throughout their time at university. In addition, there are other facilities to help students with any non-academic problems they may have. These include:
Student Support Service offers a safe and confidential environment where students can talk through any difficulties they may be having with a trained advice worker or counsellor.
Complementing the work of Student Support Services, the The Students' Union offers its own welfare and information service, providing all students with help in solving any problems they may experience.
Airthrey Park Medical Centre is a General Medical Practice and Dental Centre offering NHS treatment on campus.
The Chaplaincy is a multi-denominational centre where students are able to seek confidential help and advice as well as worship.
Student Learning Services work with students to enable them to fulfil their academic potential. Students can attend study skills modules and workshop or book a confidential, one-to-one tutorial to discuss any aspect of their academic performance.