Office of Student Affairs
The Student Wellness Team at the Office of Student Affairs (OSA), as well as Student Support Managers based at your home faculties are here to support your wellbeing as you navigate your way through your NUS journey.
Do be sure to check out the myriad of student support services available; one such avenue is the Peer Student Supporters.
For more research specific tips from OSA on prioritising your well-being, visit here.
Resources @ NUS
NUS Care Unit
The NUS Care Unit (NCU) comprises a team of trained professionals who provide emotional and practical support to all NUS students and staff – regardless of faculty, department or hostel – who have been affected by sexual misconduct.
+65 6601 4000
It is also not uncommon to be affected by news of sexual misconduct or when someone close to you is affected. You may also find yourself affected for prolonged periods.
Please click here or the infographics below to learn more about Secondary Traumatisation and ways to cope with it.
University Counselling Services
Counselling is free for all full-time NUS students at the University Counselling Services (UCS). Counsellors at UCS abide by a strict confidentiality policy, allowing you a safe space to share openly.
You may walk-in (available only at Kent Ridge Campus), phone or email for an appointment with UCS.
+65 6516 2376
Students can now seek after-office hours counselling through NUS’s appointed EAP provider, Intellect, in addition to premium access to self-guided tools.
Click here to find out more about the Intellect app.
Hotlines for Psychological Emergencies
+65 6874 1616 (Kent Ridge Campus)
+65 6516 3636 (Bukit Timah Campus)
Available 24/7 for immediate assistance during life-threatening psychological emergencies
Office of Safety Health & Environment
+65 6516 4341 (Emergency preparedness, fire safety & business continuity)
+65 6516 1084 (Laboratory, office & general workplace safety)
+65 6516 7777 (24 hours)
Samaritans of Singapore (SOS)
+65 1-767 (24 hours)