Nightline

 

We'll listen, not lecture

 

Open every night of term  

6:00pm - 8:00 am

www.bhamnightline.co.uk   
Birmingham Nightline   
@bhamnightline 

 

Birmingham (Aston) Nightline is a confidential listening service, available to all Aston University students through a partnership with Birmingham Guild of Students.

Nightline operates between the hours of 6:00 pm and 8:00 am, every night during term time.  During which you can call, instant message and email. between 6:00 pm and 12:00 am you can also drop in for a face-to-face talk in the chaplaincy at the university of Birmingham.Term dates can be found here

 

We understand that coming to university is an exciting time for many students. For some students, university can present the occasional problem, for others, there are periods when day to day university life can feel like a constant struggle. Nightline is a support service for when students need to talk to someone outside the opening times of other support services. They also offer any information you may need, to do with the university, student life, or anything else.

 

Nightline is a confidential listening service. Students can contact Nightline to talk confidentially and without judgment.

To find nightline's phone number, check your id card or Aston portal. Nightline's email address and instant messaging link can also be found through the aston portal.

Outside term time students can contact the national charity Samaritans. Samaritans is a confidential listening service that operates all year round. Call Samaritans: 116 123. 

 

 

Aston Students' Union, Advice & Representation Centre (ARC) is open all year round 

Monday - Friday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm. 

Contact: advice@aston.ac.uk

Volunteer for Birmingham (Aston) Nightline

Nightline is accepting new student volunteers if you want to get involved head to the Nightline volunteering page.

If you have questions please feel free to contact advice@aston.ac.uk or nightline@guild.bham.ac.uk.

Birmingham (Aston) Nightline is a member of the national charity the Nightline Association; http://nightline.ac.uk