Develop employability skills, plan your career, improve your CV and practice interviews, attend workshops and employer visits on campus.
Get support for Specific Learning Difficulties; disabilities or chronic conditions; autism; psychological, emotional or mental health issues.
The Student Conduct and Complaints Office provides procedural advice, case handling & oversight of the Student Complaints and Discipline Procedures.
Enrich your student experience, engage with College events & Community schemes. Access welfare support or advice, individually or as a household.
We are committed to ensuring that Kent has a nurturing environment that is open, inclusive, and accessible to all our diverse student community
Chaplaincy facilitates faith communities on campus: Christian, Muslim, Buddhist and Jewish, offering individual support and places of friendship.
Local healthcare services are available to students in Canterbury and Medway, as well as information on national support.
Information and advice on staying safe, including contacts and facilities available at our campuses.
Whatever challenges you may face during your university journey, we're here to help you get the most of your time at Kent