Where you can go for information and support regarding industrial action.
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Your Academic Division

If you have any queries or concerns about industrial action in your Division, please email the relevant address below and they will do everything they can to help: 

Division of Arts and Humanities - ARTSHUMSstrike@kent.ac.uk 

Division of Computing, Engineering and Mathematical Sciences - CEMSstrike@kent.ac.uk 

Division of Human and Social Sciences - HSSstrike@kent.ac.uk 

Kent Business School - KBSstrike@kent.ac.uk 

Division for the Study of Law, Society and Social Justice - LSSJstrike@kent.ac.uk 

Division of Natural Sciences - NATSstrike@kent.ac.uk 

Student Learning Advisory Service (SLAS)

SLAS provide advice and guidance about learning and assessment. They can help if you have assignments due and want to access support for essay or dissertation writing.  

College and Community Life (CCL)

For general concerns about strike action and university life, you can book an appointment with the College and Community Life team.

Kent Union

Kent Union works to to both represent and support students.

Kent Union Advice Service

Kent Union’s Student Advice Service offers free, confidential and impartial advice for all students studying at the University of Kent. The Advice Service can support you if you wish to make a formal complaint or apply for concessions or extensions, as well as any other academic concerns.  

Student Support and Wellbeing

The University’s Student Support and Wellbeing (SSW) team offers free and confidential support to all students experiencing distress arising from psychological, emotional or mental health issues.

Want to talk to someone outside of office hours?

24/7 support from partner organisations:

  • Spectrum Life offer phone and WhatsApp support from qualified counsellors and mental health professionals. 
  • Togetherall is an anonymous online peer support platform with self-assessments and courses on topics such as stress and anxiety.

Graduate and Researcher College

The Graduate and Researcher College offers support and guidance to all postgraduate students at Kent. 

E: KentGRC@kent.ac.uk

Not sure where to go for specific queries? Ask Nexus.

Nexus staff can help with any query, including industrial action questions, signposting you in the right direction. Open in Templeman Library (Canterbury Campus) Monday-Friday 09:00-19:00, or use the online portal.  

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