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Welcome to the Department of Computing webpages on student wellbeing. We believe that successful students require both excellent academic and pastoral support. On these pages, you will find information on where to find wellbeing support in the department, in the wider College and you will also find information on external organisations, under ‘other sources of help’. See ‘Events’ for information on upcoming events, such as workshops and training, and ‘Newsletters’ contains the archive of old Newsletters.

Personal Tutors (if you are an undergraduate student)

Your personal tutor is there to support you in your personal, general academic, and professional development. Through regular contact and the establishment of a supportive and professional relationship, the Personal Tutors maintain an overview of their tutees' academic progress and development as well as an overview of their tutees' wellbeing.

Student Welfare Advisor - Michelle Langan

The role of Wellbeing Advisor is a new post and enhances the support students receive from their personal tutors. Michelle will develop resources, run workshops and awareness-raising events to which you will be invited. Michelle is also available to speak to on a one-to-one basis on a wide range of issues including settling into college life, relationships and friendship or family worries, mental health, loneliness, concerns about substance or alcohol misuse.

Senior and Deputy Senior Tutors and Departmental Disability Officer

Senior Tutor – Dr Maria Valera-Espina
Undergraduate students

Deputy Senior Tutor – Dr Thomas Lancaster
Undergraduate students

Senior Tutor – Dr Thomas Lancaster
Postgraduate students

Departmental Disability Officer – Dr Thomas Lancaster

Maria and Thomas are responsible for the welfare and academic progress of students in the department. Please speak to the relevant Senior Tutor if you have concerns about your academic progress or if you feel that there are circumstances which are causing you academic pressure.