Welfare FAQ

  • What is the Welfare Service?

    The Welfare Service is a confidential service that can provide advice and support for a wide range of issues or possible difficulties, we are not counsellors , but we are happy to listen and offer support or provide alternative suggestions where this is possible. We have found that some students like having a safe environment where they can talk to someone independent and have found this helpful in helping them to process what they are experiencing and work towards positive outcomes, and we will provide you with an Action Plan.

    The Welfare Service is here to help you with any personal challenges you may experience during your time at Mont Rose College and is able to advise you on a wide range of personal and welfare issues that may impact your studies and day-to-day life, including:

    • Personal Relationships
    • Stress (Personal or Academic)
    • Conflict
    • Homelessness
    • Abuse
    • Feeling Lonely
    • Reasonable adjustments
    • Financial
    • Social/Communication Impairment
    • Visual Impairment
    • Hearing Impairment
    • Long Standing Illness/Health Condition
    • Mental Health
    • Learning difficulty
    • Physical Health/Mobility Issues
    • Pastoral Signposting

    If you wish to contact the Welfare Service, you can do this in one of the following ways:

    Contact us: 0208-556-5009 ext.1022

  • What is Disability Support Allowance (DSA)?

    Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) is supported to cover the study-related costs you have because of a mental health problem, long-term illness, or any other disability. Suppose you have had your personal challenge for longer than 12 months and your GP is aware. In that case, you may be eligible for DSA: which may give you support such as a printer, laptop, ergonomic furniture, specialist mentor, recording device, assistive technology, and training, and taxi to and from Mont Rose College. Please contact the Welfare Service to see if you are eligible. You can contact the Welfare Service in the following ways:

  • What if I think I have Covid-19

    If you think you have Covid-19, please check your temperature. Have you noticed if you can’t taste/smell anything? Do you have a cough? If you have any of these symptoms, please self-isolate and follow the guidelines outlined on the NHS website. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/self-isolation-and-treatment/when-to-self-isolate-and-what-to-do/. In terms of Mont Rose College, we understand this may have an impact on your learning. With this in mind, it is important you contact the Welfare Service. You can access a number of support packages such as Laptop Loan, Hardship Fund, Extension, Academic Mentor, Buddy scheme, and information on other support available (for example, help you find a job).

  • What if I have a disability? Can I get help from Mont Rose College?

    If you have a personal challenge that is longer than 12 months (that your GP is aware of), then the Welfare Service can help you apply for Disability Support Allowance (DSA). We may also put reasonable adjustments in place to allow your learning to be more comfortable such as ergonomic furniture, laptop loan, a hardship fund, buddy scheme, extension, and academic support. Don’t worry if your condition is not longer than 12 months, as we can also provide reasonable adjustments to any student experiencing personal challenges. If you are not sure, please come and see the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor.

  • What if I want to make a complaint?

    If you would like to make a complaint, please do not be worried. It is important that your experience at Mont Rose College is a positive one. If your complaint is a general complaint, please email:

    complaints@mrcollege.ac.uk

    If it is about your Course or tutor, please email the complaints department for the Course you’re studying:

    Business Marketing: complaints.bus@mrcollege.ac.uk

    DET: complaints.det@mrcollege.ac.uk

    Hospitality: complaints.hosp@mrcollege.ac.uk

    Health & Social Care: complaints.hsc@mrcollege.ac.uk

  • What if I am struggling with my assignments?

    If you are struggling with your assignments, you should try and approach your Tutor/Course Leader and try and explain why you are struggling. The more you share with them, the more they may understand your situation and be able to work alongside you to find comfortable learning solutions. If you don’t feel comfortable approaching your Tutor/Course Leader, please come and visit the Welfare Service on the 1st Floor. We may be able to support you to talk to your Tutor/Course Leader and, in partnership with them, look at things like an Academic Mentor, extension, Laptop Loan, and Extensions.

  • What if I cannot continue with my Course due to personal reasons?

    If you cannot continue with your Course due to personal reasons. It would be best to approach your Tutor/Course Leader. If you feel uncomfortable doing this, then please come and see the Welfare Service on the 1st Floor. We may be able to support you when you speak to your Tutor/ Course Leader. We may also be able to support you when you speak to the Finance Team regarding your financial options/impact if you wanted to freeze (take a break) or withdraw from your Course. We can also refer you to the Employability Team if you need a job while you are not studying. We may also be able to provide you with the support you require to continue. It is ok to change your mind. It is about having an honest conversation with yourself and seeing what is best for you at this moment.

  • What if I am being bullied/harassed?

    There are many types of bullying/harassment. For example, you may be bullied because of your race, religion, gender, or sexuality. You may also be experiencing cyber, verbal, or physical bullying. Whatever type of bullying you are experiencing, Mont Rose College has zero-tolerance for bullying. If you feel uncomfortable approaching the person/group who is bullying/harassing you, please approach your Tutor/Course Leader if this is happening to you or come and see the Welfare Service on the 1st Floor. We will help you to make a complaint and ensure a full investigation takes place. We want you to feel safe and enjoy your experience at Mont Rose College.

  • What if I have an addiction?

    If you have an addiction, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as reasonable adjustments, a hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • Samaritans
    • Rise
    • ADFAM
    • Alcohols Anonymous
    • FRANK
    • Turning Point
    • ADDACTION

    It may also be useful while you are awaiting treatment to reach out to family & friends. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I am feeling anxious about something?

    If you are feeling anxious about something, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as reasonable adjustments, hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • Samaritans
    • Anxiety UK

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise, or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I become Homeless?

    If you are worried about becoming homeless, please contact your Landlord or Local Council (Housing Team) or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as reasonable adjustments, hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • Housing Association for your Borough
    • Housing Benefit
    • Citizen Advice Bureau for your Borough
    • Legal Aid

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I have a long-term health condition and need help?

    If you have a long-term health condition such as cancer, diabetes, or heart disease, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as reasonable adjustments, a hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • Samaritans
    • Cancer Support UK
    • British Heart Foundation
    • Diabetes UK

    It may also be useful while you are awaiting treatment to reach out to family & friends. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I have a Visual Impairment?

    If you have a visual impairment, please contact your local opticians or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as larger font lecture notes, reasonable adjustments, a hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • RNIB
    • Retina UK

    It may also be useful while you are awaiting treatment to reach out to family & friends. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I have a Hearing Impairment?

    If you have a hearing impairment, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as alerting you by text if there is a fire, a hearing loop in your class, reasonable adjustments, hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • RNID

    It may also be useful while you are awaiting treatment to reach out to family & friends. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I have HIV?

    If you have HIV, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as reasonable adjustments, a hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. Please remember that you do not need to disclose this information to anyone. If you disclose this information to the Welfare Service, we are not allowed to let anyone else know about your condition unless you give us consent. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • Samaritans
    • Terrence Higgins Trust

    It may also be useful while you are awaiting treatment to reach out to family & friends. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise, or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I have High Blood Pressure?

    If you have HIV, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as reasonable adjustments, a hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. Please remember that you do not need to disclose this information to anyone. If you disclose this information to the Welfare Service, we are not allowed to let anyone else know about your condition unless you give us consent. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • Samaritans
    • Terrence Higgins Trust

    It may also be useful while you are awaiting treatment to reach out to family & friends. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise, or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I have Sickle Cell?

    If you have Sickle Cell, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as reasonable adjustments, a hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • Samaritans
    • Sickle Cell Foundation

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I have Sleep Apnea?

    If you have sleep apnea, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as the option to record your lectures, reasonable adjustments, a hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I have Epilepsy?

    If you have Epilepsy, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as tutors being made aware of monitoring the length of your seizures and taking the required action, and being trained to put you in the recovery position and to call 999, reasonable adjustments, a hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • Epilepsy Action

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I have Autism?

    If you have Autism, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. If possible, please bring your diagnosis letter with you so we can put the correct support in place based on what has worked for you in the past when you attended other educational environments. We will also be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services, and get you other support such as reasonable adjustments, hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • National Autistic Society

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness if you are worried about attending a new place. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise, or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I have Asthma?

    If you have sleep apnea, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as the option to record your lectures, reasonable adjustments, a hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I have Graves' Disease/Thyroid Condition?

    If you have Graves’ disease or a thyroid condition, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as reasonable adjustments, a hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • Thyroid UK

    It may also be useful while you are awaiting treatment to reach out to family & friends. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I have Dyspraxia/Dyslexia?

    If you have Dyspraxia/Dyslexia, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as possible funding for your assessment, colored paper, preferred font on lecture notes, reasonable adjustments, hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • https://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself

  • What if I have IBS?

    If you have IBS, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as reasonable adjustments, hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • IBS Society

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I suffer from severe Migraines?

    If you suffer from severe migraines, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as allowing you have wet towels and caffeinated drinks in class, reasonable adjustments, hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • Migraine Trust.org

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I Stutter/Stammer?

    If you stutter/stammer, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as alternative ways to present, reasonable adjustments, hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • org

    It may also be useful while you are awaiting treatment to reach out to family & friends. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I have Mobility Issues?

    If you have mobility issues, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as evacuation plan, ergonomic furniture for you in class, ground floor lectures (where possible), disabled parking, reasonable adjustments, hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • https://www.nhs.uk/search/results?q=mobility

    It may also be useful while you are awaiting treatment to reach out to family & friends. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • How can I apply for Hardship Fund if I am struggling financially?

    We understand that many students’ financial circumstances have been affected due to the pandemic. Hence, MRC Hardship Funds can help the students to ease up the financial burden.

    The official application form can be downloaded from our website at https://mrcollege.ac.uk/application-mature-student-hardship-fund/.

    If you need help, contact Klaudia: hardshipfund@mrcollege.ac.uk

    The completed applications must be sent together with supporting evidence to studentfinance@mrcollege.ac.uk.

    Applicants must be experiencing financial hardship, which affects their studies. For further guidance, please visit the MRC website and read the Financial Support Policy. https://mrcollege.ac.uk/policies/Financial-Support-Policy.pdf

    Eligible applicants will receive between £100 to £2,000 pro-rata depending on their financial circumstances. Awards are split into installments payable at the beginning of each term and upon successful completion of each term.

    The awards from the Hardship Funds may affect your state funding. For more information, you should contact your benefits provider. If requested, the college will offer a written disregard statement, which students can provide to the benefits office.

    • https://www.nhs.uk/search/results?q=mobility

    It may also be useful while you are awaiting treatment to reach out to family & friends. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I need a laptop?

    If you require a laptop, you can apply for our Laptop Loan Scheme. This is eligible for students who’s Tuition Fees are currently active. Please email:

    Milan (Welfare Coordinator): studentwelfare@mrcollege.ac.uk or

    Fayzul (Systems Analyst) vle@mrcollege.ac.uk

  • What is the Buddy Scheme?

    Having a “buddy” at Mont Rose College can make a huge difference to a student’s experience. Just knowing there is someone there to listen who is genuinely interested in helping them can make a student feel supported and perhaps, less alone and more likely to succeed, particularly during these uncertain times when we are in Lockdown.

    Hortense will be your Buddy. Hortense Smith details: smith23948@mrcollege.ac.uk

    Hortense will arrange an informal meeting, over coffee is a nice touch but not necessary (this again is only applicable when Students return to Mont Rose College and adhering to the protocols in place). Currently, this will take place via Google Meet, Email Correspondence, and over the phone.

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • Can Mont Rose College help me find a job?

    The Employability Team can help you find a job. They can also help you with interview techniques and CV’s. Please email them at:

    Sabina: employment@mrcollege.ac.uk

  • What if I am experiencing Domestic Violence?

    If you are experiencing Domestic Violence, please contact the Police (999) or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as advice on drafting a safety plan, providing you with a survivors handbook, reasonable adjustments, hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • Womans Aid.org
    • Domestic Violence.org
    • Victim Support.org
    • Samaritans

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise, or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I feel Suicidal?

    If you feel suicidal, please contact your GP, the Crisis Team for your Borough, or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as reasonable adjustments, hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I have lost someone?

    If you are suffering from Bereavement, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as looking at the option of taking a break from your studies, reasonable adjustments, a hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • Samaritans
    • Crisis Team for your Borough
    • org.UK
    • Volunteer UK

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I have been Sexually Assaulted?

    If you have been sexually assaulted, please contact the Police (999) or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as reasonable adjustments, hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I am Pregnant?

    If you are pregnant, please contact your GP, Mid-Wife, 999 (if having any health issues related to your pregnancy) or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as taking a break from your Course, an academic plan pre/post pregnancy, reasonable adjustments, hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • Parents Learning Allowance
    • Child Care Grant
    • https://www.nhs.uk/pregnancy/

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I have a Mental Health Condition?

    If you have a Mental Health Condition such as Low Self-Esteem, Depression, Schizophrenia, Eating Disorder, Bi-Polar, Personality Disorder, PTSD, Paranoia, Self-Harm, Body Dysmorphia, OCD, Phobias, please contact your GP, Crisis Team of your Borough or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as taking a break from your Course, reasonable adjustments, hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I feel Angry?

    If you feel angry, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as using breathing techniques, reasonable adjustments, hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • Samaritans
    • Anger Management
    • Everyman Project

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself.

  • What if I feel Lonely?

    If you feel lonely, please contact your GP or the Welfare Service. We are located on the 1st Floor. We will be more than happy to advise/support you and signpost you the relevant services and get you other support such as reasonable adjustments, hardship fund, laptop loan, academic mentor, extension, buddy scheme & DSA whilst you’re learning at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to look at the various support available for you on the following websites:

    • Samaritans
    • Buddy Scheme (Mont Rose College Website)
    • Meet Up App
    • WhatsApp Group with other students in your class.
    • Volunteer UK

    It may also be useful to maintain social connections during your time at Mont Rose College. You may also wish to practice Mindfulness. The Welfare Service understands it is not for everyone, but if you are interested, it involves things like taking a walk, meditation, watching a movie, listening to music, having a bath, getting enough sleep, exercise or anything that may make you feel better about yourself