We want to hear from students about their experiences of student support at the LSE. We particularly would like to hear from:
  • Students of colour
  • Students of faith
  • International students
  • Disabled students
  • LGBT+ students
  • Working class students

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* 1. Where have you reached out to for support during your time at LSE? Do you think it is clear where to seek support if you need it?

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* 2. What were your experiences of engaging with support services at LSE?

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* 3. When accessing support from the University, did you feel any aspects of your identity had a bearing on your experience?

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* 4. Have you ever sought counselling, or support from a Mental Health or Disability advisor from LSE’s Student Wellbeing Service (SWS) or the Disability Wellbeing Service (DWS)?

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* 5. How did you find the support given to you by SWS/DWS?

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* 6. Is there a reason you have not sought support from the Student Wellbeing Service/Disability Wellbeing Service?

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* 7. What, if anything, would you want to see change about wellbeing support or services like the Faith Centre at LSE in order to improve them for all communities?

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* 8. Please tick here if you are happy for your comments to be anonymised and included as part of a report on culturally competent support at LSE

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