Find out how our University supports and promotes representation of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic students.
If you have lived in care and you are looking to study at Essex, or you are already studying with us, there is support available for you.
Lots of students every year choose to commute to Essex. Find out how to get the best out of your time at Essex.
You may be studying without the support or approval of a family network - at Essex we're committed to supporting you.
The Student Wellbeing and Inclusivity Service recognises that students coming from the GTRSB communities may need additional support during their time at the university.
Find how you can get involved with events and activities for international students.
Find out what support, advice and information are available for LGBTQ+ students.
Information, support and resources for mature students currently studying at Essex.
Find out what help, advice and support are available for postgraduate students.
Information if you're a student who is caring for a partner, family member or friend who is elderly or has a disability.
If you are studying with us and you have a family with you, there is a wide range of information, support and advice available.
No matter how old you are when you start your studies, we want you to feel welcome and included.
As a University of Sanctuary student, you can get extra help during your studies. The Student Wellbeing and Inclusivity Service can offer you a designated member of staff who can support and guide you through your time at Essex.