Writtle University College and ARU have merged. Writtle’s full range of college, degree, postgraduate and short courses will still be delivered on the Writtle campus. See our guide to finding Writtle information on this site.

Emergency help and crisis support

If you need help, please take action straight away. There is always someone who can help you.

If you’re worried about your safety, Call 999 immediately. If you’re well enough to travel, take yourself to your nearest accident and emergency department (A&E).

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Mental health crisis

Doctor (GP) and health services

Fears for your safety

On campus support

Sexual violence

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Counselling at ARU

The Counselling and Wellbeing Service is available to all ARU students and offers a free and confidential service to promote mental health and wellbeing.

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Report an incident of harassment

Report incidents of bullying, discrimination, harassment, hate crimes, sexual violence and domestic abuse.

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