Feeling unsafe?


If you need Immediate Help and Safety

The University of Liverpool are committed to student safety and want you to have a safe and happy student experience but we also know that sometimes students need our help.

If you are in immediate danger or seriously injured call 999. Calls to the emergency services are free and can be made from any telephone

If you call 999 and are unable to talk, remain silent and press 55.  There will be a recorded message and you must press 55 to confirm you need help.

If you are on campus and feel unsafe, call campus support (security) on 0151 794 2222 or go to your nearest University building and ask someone to phone campus support for you.

Do not intervene in any situation if it is not safe to do so, do not put yourself at risk. 


Visiting hospital

If you need urgent medical treatment the nearest Accident and Emergency department to the campus is:

Royal Liverpool Hospital
Prescot Street
L7 8XP

For information on sexual assault and rape, hate crime, bullying and harassment, sexual harassment and stalking, domestic abuse, honour based abuse and forced marriage visit our online platform Report + Support.

If you need to talk to someone in confidence email advice@liverpool.ac.uk or book an online confidential one-one appointment with a wellbeing advisor.

Speak to a Wellbeing Advice and Guidance advisor

If you are unable to find an answer to your query on our web pages you can book an online confidential one-one appointment.