Attacks in Norway
25 July 2011 5:28pm
Students at the University of Southampton will be aware of the recent tragedy in Oslo and Utoya, Norway.
The University of Southampton and its Students’ Union recognise that you may have been affected by these events either directly, or indirectly.
We would like to remind students who may have been affected that they can access a range of support services.
The Students Union Advice & Information Centre (SUAIC) provides free, confidential and independent advice.
Any student in need of help and advice can make an appointment with a SUAIC adviser to discuss your individual case and to ascertain what support you need and what support the University can provide.
The University’s First Support service offers immediate advice in times of crisis and identifies what support you need. The Counselling Service is also available should you need this support.
Contact details for the Students’ Union Advice & Information Centre can be found at: http://www.susu.org/suaic/
Details of the University’s First Support Team can be found here:
Information on the University Counselling Service is available here: http://www.southampton.ac.uk/edusupport/counselling/index.html
For the latest news on the situation in Norway – students are advised to contact the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) website:
http://www.fco.gov.uk/en/ or call 020 7008 0000.
You can follow the up-to-date information on:
Or on the Norwegian embassy in UK website: