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Student life
and Wellbeing
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We are committed to ensuring our students feel supported during the transition to university.
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Our commitment

We know that starting a degree is a big life transition. We want to make sure you have the support you need—whether it’s help with your academics, professional, or personal circumstances. These are just some of the initiatives we offer as part of our commitment to a consistently evolving student. As an LIS student, you’ll be able to shape what wellbeing looks like at LIS.

Settling in

The start of your degree is all about you getting to know us and becoming comfortable with the LIS learning environment.

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Get involved with a broad range of clubs & socs
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Enjoy our common room between classes

We’ll be hosting a number of social events throughout Founders’ Week, where you’ll meet the LIS faculty, professional staff, and your fellow students. During these events you’ll get to explore our campus and get to know the wider neighbourhood we call home.

As you settle in, you’ll join group mentoring sessions to help you navigate the transition to higher education. You’ll also have your first session with your academic coach—who will be a key point of support for you throughout your academic journey at LIS.

Your wellbeing

When you enrol at LIS, you’ll be assigned key support pillars who will work with you throughout your degree.

You’ll have the option to meet each of these advisors one-to-one several times throughout the academic year. They’ll support your learning, your personal development, and prepare you to enter the world of work. An onsite counsellor will also be available to students.

During your time at LIS, you’ll have access to general advice and guidance on topics like nutrition, exercise, and financial management. We’re also working with partners to offer free-to-all wellbeing and enrichment activities including sessions on diversity, resilience, and and mindfulness.

Additional support is available to those students with learning differences, disabilities, or other medical conditions and we will work with the student to develop an individual support plan that reflects any reasonable adjustments that might be needed.

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Get in Touch

If you’re looking for medical professionals or wellbeing practitioners near campus, we can help.

Get in touch to speak with our student experience team who will be able to offer support and guidance.

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