SUPPORT AND ADVICE FOR STUDENTS WHO NEED TO SELF-ISOLATE
If you are arriving from a country that requires you to self-isolate for 14 days, you must quarantine. If you are arriving from Monday 5 October 2020 onwards, you can book temporary accommodation to self-isolate on campus. This is subject to availability, and you will be charged the en suite room rate.
For more information head over to the Universities information page here.
While studying, you will need to self-isolate if you develop symptoms, a member of your household develops symptoms, or you are asked by the NHS Test & Trace service.
We have developed some guidance on preparing for self-isolation and isolating which you can find here.
If you are showing symptoms of Covid-19 or have had a positive test result and are currently self-isolating, you must complete the Covid-19 Reporting Task that can be found on the ‘My Profile’ page in your eVision portal.
Where to go for support?
Student Support and Welfare Team - The Student Support and Welfare Team is available by phone, email and virtually (via Microsoft Teams, Skype and Zoom) to offer support and guidance on personal, welfare, wellbeing and financial issues. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)1895 267045.
The Chaplaincy - The Chaplaincy is both a place and a team of people. They offer opportunities for students and staff to unwind and to explore faith and spirituality. The Chaplaincy has recently set up a facebook group where you can find out about online events, and support.
FIKA - Mental fitness - Click here to find out more about our Mental Fitness Partner, Fika. Download their app and get weekly videos and tips to stay motivated, healthy and happy both on campus and at home.
Advent Advocacy - Advent Advocacy have a longstanding reputation for providing quality, bespoke advocacy services that focus on achieving the best outcomes for people. We are a nationwide service and specialise in providing a locally centred advocacy. We are excited to have Devina, the Mental Health Advocate to support our students here at Brunel. Devina can be contacted on: email@example.com
Online activities for you to get Involved with from home
Head over to the Unions hompage to find a host of active@brunel on demand videos to help you stay fit at home.
Check out the facebook group for upcoming events such as virtual film club, weekly prayer sessions and more.
Brunel Residences Ambassadors
The RA's will be hosting calls to support any students in self isolation! Please keep an eye out on your emails where you will receive an invitation to join a call with your flat! You will have the opportunity to find out what’s been happening on campus, play online games and receive support from your Residence Ambassadors! You can also follow them in Instagram here.
Brunel University Wellbeing
Brunel University London have developed a series of free one-hour wellbeing webinars in collaboration with Community Barnet. The webinars are delivered by a trained therapist and are accessible from your smartphone, tablet or laptop from the comfort of your own space. Read more and register to start your wellbeing journey here.
Coping with social isolation (November 25, December 16, February 10 & March 10)
Dealing with procrastination (November 18, January 20, February 17 & March 17)
Managing stress (November 11, December 9, February 3 & March 3)
Worry management (December 2, January 27, February 24, March 24)