Welcome to

Exeter Student Nightline

WE'LL LISTEN, NOT LECTURE.

What is

Nightline? 

Want to 

talk?

Want to 

get involved?

 

Exeter Student Nightline is a confidential and anonymous listening service, run by trained student volunteers for students at the University of Exeter. We are here to listen to anything you might want to talk about; housing problems, relationship issues, course stresses, even if you just want someone on the end of the phone walking home from a night out. No problem is too big or too small. 

Affiliated with the national Nightline Association, we are a student-led volunteer helpline, for students, open every night of term 8pm-8am. We are not professional counsellors, but trained student volunteers, here for you to talk through whatever is on your mind.

If you are interested in becoming a listening volunteering and would like to find out more, please email our training officers via email, at [email protected] If you are interested in joining our publicity team, please email our publicity officers at [email protected]

*PLEASE NOTE* We recruit volunteers in September and January of each academic year using an online application form. Keep an eye on our social media for full details about volunteering opportunities.

COVID-19 SERVICE CHANGE

Our service has slightly changed due to lockdown restrictions We're now open 8pm-1am every night of term via IM only.

The people at Student Nightlines are angels, if ever you're feeling like you've nowhere to turn I cannot recommend them enough, got me through one of the hardest nights of my life.

/ ExeHonestly16680 

WANT TO 

TALK

HOW CAN YOU CONTACT US 

What can you call us about? 

  • Feeling down 

  • Want to talk about previous problems

  • Having an argument 

  • Need help navigating the university welfare system 

  • Want to talk to someone on your way home 

  • And anything else! 

ALL OUR SERVICES ARE OPEN FROM 8PM-8AM EVERY NIGHT OF TERM

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