Queens’ Welfare Services & Contacts University Emergency Contacts Cambridge SU Advice & Support Queens’ Welfare Team The Queens’ welfare team includes student welfare professionals and the college nurse. They can help with physical and mental health needs. Queens’ welfare contacts can be found at https://www.queens.cam.ac.uk/life-at-queens/student-welfare-services Queens’ Welfare Resources Queens’ Porter’s Lodge: 01223 335511 (please save this number) Academic concerns should be nominally addressed to your directors of studies Chapel and spiritual guidance (the Queens’ chaplain is also available to support and advise students) Queens’ welfare services webpage Queens’ tutors Queens’ Tutors Tutors serve as the first port of call for many student concerns.
Key links for any student with a disability or long-term health condition: The information that can be found via the following links provides a good overview of arranging and negotiating reasonable adjustments/ support requirements, before arriving and during your time at Cambridge. A range of helpful advice for managing the transition to university can also be found. Cambridge Resources The Disability Resource Centre (DRC): https://www.disability.admin.cam.ac.uk/students/incoming-students (this page includes a helpful checklist for incoming students) CUSU Disabled Students Campaign:
Queens’ College JCR demands that Queens’ is a place of equal opportunity for students, regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, ability or nationality. Cambridge SU Campaigns Female & Non-Binary Students Resources Cambridge SU Women’s Campaign Queens’ Natural Cycles Queens’ Girls Facebook Group Queens’ FemSoc Facebook Group Queens’ FemSoc Instagram International Students Resources Cambridge SU International Students’ Campaign Students Identifying as Minority Ethnic Resources Cambridge SU BME Campaign LGBT+ Students University is a great time to explore your identity, and for many students leaving home for the first time it marks an important step in the journey of understanding their sexuality and gender.
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