The academic advisor is the study guidance service at the department, guiding students in their studies and informing them on admission and requirements, degrees, international studies and careers, and is contact person for student with disabilities.
Students with long-term or permanent disabilities should contact the student coordinator for students at the Faculties of Humanities and Theology at the Accessibility office at Lund University for support such as note-taking or special arrangements for exams.
The Student Health Centre offers counselling to Lund University students with psychological problems that affects the ability to study, such as stress, worry, anxiety, depression, transitional issues and/or academic difficulties. This is in addition to other public and private health clinics where you can go for general medical issues, sexual health and contraception.
You are welcome to the Student chaplain’s office the Cathedral of Lund if you need someone to talk to. You do not have to be a member of a Lutheran church or any other religious association to contact the chaplains.