Three students stand by the Trinity boathouse on the river talking.



I am writing to you to express my immense appreciation for the support and assistance that you have given me and my family recently, during my mental health crisis. Thank you very much for going above and beyond to help me!

Anonymous undergraduate



Trinity College takes the wellbeing of its students very seriously. There’s a wealth of confidential support available, all you have to do is ask. 

Need to talk? 

Trinity’s Wellbeing Advisors provide individual wellbeing support, listening and signposting, for all Trinity students. You can talk confidentially and freely about any kind of social, emotional, personal, or psychological issues, without fear of judgement.

You can contact us at or book an appointment online

Who's who in college

In addition to the Wellbeing Advisors, there are a range of staff and peer supporters in college you can approach for support. You can see more about who they are on our Wellbeing Who's Who page.

Student Wellbeing


You may find yourself needing support for a wide variety of reasons while you are a student, from financial concerns to mental or physical health problems to worries on behalf of a friend or flatmate. You can always book an appointment with a Wellbeing Advisor to discuss things, but we also have a guide to some common concerns experienced by students over the years. You may want to start here if you have questions or aren't sure of your options.


Helping Students

Sometimes you may want to talk to another student about what you are going through. That's why there are volunteers across the student body who would love to be there for you, or help you find the support you need. You can connect with them at wellbeing events or just email them directly. Please don't hesitate to reach out!

Your Wider

Wellbeing Team

We would encourage any student experiencing difficulties to seek confidential help, as soon as possible, from any member of the wellbeing team; there are also a number of staff and peer support roles in college who are here to support you. You can learn more about the resources they can offer below.