Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning and Intersex
The University has a number of resources available for anyone seeking assistance or support in expressing and exploring your identity, no matter where you fall on the LGBTQIAQA spectrum. This might be the first time thinking about your sexual orienation or gender identity, in which case, there is reassurance to be had in knowing that the university seeks to create a safe environment for you to question and explore, by supporting a policy of diversity and equality for all staff and students.
There are a number of professional and peer support services available to all students, who wish to ask questions, explore their identity or express who they are. Sometimes talking to someone be it a friend, a counsellor or an advisor, can be the best thing you can do. So whether you're looking for information for yourself or to support someone else, you can find more information here:
- Wellbeing and Counselling Services
- Assistance and support from a dedicated student welfare officer
- Salford Support Fund - Hardship Fund (Note for editors: this link is broken on the existing site.)
- LGBT Society
If you are mature or post-graduate student and would like to join the LGBT Staff Network, please contact Arron Pile (email@example.com).
For further information, please head to the FAQ section here.
Support available if you live in Salford can be found at:
Manchester and Salford's LGBT Community:
Contact for support
Student Support Officer
t: 0161 295 0023
Click here if you would like to book a 1-1 appointment with Arron Pile.