Peer Support

The Peer Support Programme is a voluntary assistance program, which is designed to assist you with any concerns you have regarding your personal or study life. Peer Supporters offer support based on the principles of listening, sharing experiences, and having an equal relationship rather than providing expert or clinical advice.  

Peer Support involves emotional support. The reason for this emotional support will depend on your situation, for example, questioning one’s gender and/or sexuality, homesickness, stress caused by study workload, difficulty making friends and/or socializing, a personal or professional crisis. 

If you are interested in using our peer support service pop in for a chat or email us:

Download our peer support referral form.

If you have any feedback about our Peer Support service please contact the Peer Support Coordinator at  Alternatively, you may contact the OUSA Student Support Manager