Student Mentors: Who we are and what we do

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We’re your Student Mentor Scheme Team, here to offer you help & support whilst you live in university accommodation.

All 15 of us are current students at Birmingham, so we know what living in halls is really like!

We can help you with information, guidance and support on lots of issues - including wellbeing, accommodation, academic and financial queries

Talk to us! Our opening hours are 4 - 8pm during term time, visit our office at the Vale (next to the Duck & Scholar)

Student Mentors Team 2018 taken in Mermaid Square at the Guild of Students
  • Student Mentors - 0121 415 8967
  • mentorwelfare@guild.bham.ac.uk
  • @studentmentors
  • facebook.com/studentmentorscheme

Student Mentors Events

Throughout the year we host a whole range of events and activities to help you settle in, meet others and raise awareness of the support and information available to you!

Blue Monday: Beat the Blues
21st January 4pm - 8pm
Duck & Scholar (The Vale)
Shake away those January blues!
FREE Yoga
22nd January 10am - 11am
JC's Lounge Room (The Vale)
Free yoga - book your place online!
Student Mentors Takeover - Host Metalworks
22nd January 4pm - 6pm
Host Metalworks Common Room
Drop in to your social space to chat to a Student Mentor!

For hints and tips on making the most of your University experience, click on the image below to read The Student Mentors Newspaper

Front page image of The First Edition of The Mentors Times Post

Meet the Team


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Hate Crime Reporting

The Mentor Office is also a Third Party Reporting Centre. If you are a victim of (or have witnessed) hate crime or a hate related incident we can support you.

What is Hate Crime?

Hate crime is any incident, which constitutes a criminal offence, which is perceived by the victim or any other person as being motivated by prejudice or hate. This can be motivated by someone’s race, colour, ethnic origin, nationality, national group, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, or disability.

What can I do?

  1. In an emergency call 999 for help;
  2. Call West Midlands Police on the 101 non-emergency number;
  3. Report the incident online via the True Vision website.
  4. Visit The Mentors Office and speak to an Advisor regarding the incident.
  5. As a Third Party Reporting Centre, we can assist you in reporting the incident to the Police, including making an anonymous report to the Police.

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Contact Us

Comm. Wardens - 0121 415 8968

Guild Advice - 0121 415 8965

Guild Lettings - 0121 415 8376

Student Mentors - 0121 415 8967

Global Buddies - 0121 415 8963

community@guild.bham.ac.uk

guildadvice@guild.bham.ac.uk

guildlettings@guild.bham.ac.uk

mentorwelfare@guild.bham.ac.uk

globalbuddies@guild.bham.ac.uk

@ilovesellyoak

@guild_advice

@guildlettings

@studentmentors1

@global_buddies

facebook.com/ilovesellyoak

facebook.com/guildadvice

facebook.com/guildlettings

facebook.com/studentmentorscheme

facebook.com/uobglobalbuddies

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