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Post Covid Support Service

12 September 2022


Did you know Student and Library Services offers support for students who have had Covid19 on campus. The service is called the Post Covid Support Service (PCSS), and is available to support students who may be experiencing the longer term effects of having had Covid19, which has been identified by the NHS as Post Covid (also known as Long Covid). The service offers an information, advice and signposting service via MS Teams and is available free to all students.

We aim to tailor support to the individual needs of our students. If you feel you are still experiencing ongoing effects from having had Covid19, we are currently able to offer you an online service where you can talk to a Student Wellbeing Adviser, who will have a one-to-one conversation with you and then provide you with advice and next steps, initiating support where possible and signposting you to any services within or outside of the University.

Support can be related to lifestyle (nutrition, exercise and sleep), finance, mental health and wellbeing, and also support with your studies, such as help with applying for assignment extensions. Your Wellbeing Adviser will then keep in touch with you on a regular basis to ensure your ongoing support needs are being met.

Some of the more common symptoms affecting you at University may be fatigue and tiredness, brain fog, difficulties with focus, concentration and memory. There are other symptoms of Post/Long Covid. Go to or for further information.

In order to book an appointment with our Student Wellbeing Advisers please email

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