We've been working hard to ensure that you are able to start with us in October – in whatever way possible.
Support and advice to help you to stay healthy.
Important information - We have updated guidelines to support students coming on to campus. Before coming to use any University facility please read our information about coming onto campus.
Take a look at our guidance for students in light of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.
Don’t wait until you become ill to register with a doctor.
The health centre at Colchester Campus offers appointments for a range of NHS services.
You may be entitled to full or partial exemption (on the grounds of low income) from prescription costs, as well as dental and optical charges.
We recommend you find and register with a local dentist while you're at University.
Help keep you and your friends safe: get the facts and advice about drinking alcohol and taking drugs.
If you are physically or mentally unwell make sure you get support from the appropriate healthcare services.
If you believe you have contracted measles, mumps or rubella, please see our advice.
If you are experiencing any of the symptoms of meningitis get medical help immediately.
Pregnancy testing and support are available at your campus.
If you are pregnant, you are protected under the Equality Act 2010 and are encouraged to contact the accessibility team.
There are a number of financial options available to support you once you know that you are pregnant.