At both the Cambridge and Huntingdon campus we are committed to providing students with high standards of support, information, advice and guidance. We have a wellbeing hub and each hub has a Welfare Adviser.  Our Welfare Advisers are able to offer support and guidance from the beginning of your application process right up until you finish your course. Support is available to students in a variety of ways including 1:2:1 sessions and a drop-in service. The Welfare Advisors offer a specialist service which is respectful, non-judgemental and confidential.

 We can provide information and health support on a range of issues:

  • general health advice & support
  • sexual health advice
  • health promotion
  • referral to GP and specialist health services
  • Mindfulness
  • Anger Management

More information can be found under the Wellbeing Hub on the VLE including self-help information and tutorials or you can contact the Wellbeing Hub at wellbeing@camre.ac.uk

Alternatively, you can contact the Welfare Advisers individually:

George Godfree is the Welfare Adviser at the Huntingdon Campus and can be contacted at

Cydney Dobbs is the Welfare Adviser at the Cambridge Campus and can be contacted at

Cambridge Campus Status

The Cambridge Campus is open as normal.

Huntingdon Campus Status

The Huntingdon Campus is open as normal.