Tutor Timetable

  • Shows walk-in / contact hours for tutors

  • It is best to visit your own tutor if possible, but you can always see any Tutor without an appointment

  • At all times other times (24/7), a Duty Tutor will be available via the porter's lodge

Cambridge Student Advice Service

  • An appointment-based support service for all undergraduates, graduates and postgraduates, open Mon-Fri 9:00-17:00 (except for Bank Holidays and when the SU is closed)

  • Phone: 01223 746999

  • Email: advice@cambridgesu.co.uk

  • Request an Appointment: link


  • A safe, anonymous online space providing 24/7 access to an online global community to share your thoughts, complete self-guided courses, and help manage your wellbeing

  • You can sign up using your Cambridge email address

Physical & Sexual Health



  • Access to contraception, routine sexual health screenings, treatment for sexually transmitted infections, and related advice

  • Kits can be ordered online

  • Phone: 03003 003030

  • Address: Lime Tree Clinic, Brookfields Hospital, Sexual Health and Contraception, 351 Mill Road, Cambridge, CB13DF

Mental Health


Cambridge Nightline


  • A 24/7 confidential service for anyone struggling to cope

  • Text SHOUT to 85258

  • Despite the warnings about being charged, the service is free for EE, O2, Three, Vodafone, Virgin Mobile, BT Mobile, Giffgaff, Sky, Telecom Plus, Lebara, Tesco Mobile and iD Mobile users


Disability Resource Centre

  • A confidential and accessible service for disabled students and staff supporting them, providing guidance for current and prospective disabled students, developing support programmes and training for University and college staff

  • Tell the DRC about your support requirements: link

  • To get advice on being assessed for a specific learning difficulty, email with the subject heading 'Diagnostic Assessment'

  • Email: disability@admin.cam.ac.uk

  • Phone: 01223 332301

Cambridge SU Disabled Students' Campain

  • The campaign and community for disabled students within the University of Cambridge.

  • Comprised of all Cam students who have or have had a disability, as well as the DSC committee (including the full time Disabled Students' Officer, and college and campaign DSOs).