Due to the holidays, the Report section will not be accessed by staff from Friday 22nd Dec-Jan 7th 2024.
If you need support, our counsellors will be available Mon- Fri including Christmas & New Year's Day at the times below.
Currently Glasgow Clyde College students can access support through our Time to Talk Helpline 0141 272 3786.
Time to Talk Helpline Day: 1pm – 3pm, Monday to Friday
The helpline is staffed by counsellors and all you need to do is provide your 8 digit Student Reference.
If it is an emergency please call the police on 999 or access the support articles for other relevant immediate external specialist support.
Thank you for letting us know that something has happened. We understand that this might be a difficult time for you and we want to help connect you to support.
Choosing to report anonymously means we might not be able to help you directly, but we can help others. The information you give us today will help us to provide better support to others and inform prevention work across the college community.
We review, monitor and analyse all anonymous reports submitted and where deemed necessary, because we believe someone is at significant risk or harm, we may take action. In most cases, reporting anonymously means we are unable to progress it to a formal investigation.
If you would like to speak to someone, or need direct support or guidance, or would like a formal investigation to take place, please choose speak to an advisor
or get in touch with us here.
If you need immediate support or feel in crisis, we have listed several support and emergency services contact details on the Support page
that you may find helpful.
Please take care of yourself.