Nightline is a confidential listening and information service. Students can contact Nightline to talk privately and without judgment.
Open every night of term, 6:00pm - 8:00 am
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What is Birmingham Nightline?
Birmingham Nightline is a confidential, non-advisory, non-judgemental and anonymous listening an information service, run by students for students, available to all UCB students.
Nightline is open between the hours of 6:00 pm and 8:00 am, every night during University of Birmingham term time. During these times you can either call them or instant message them. Between 6:00 pm and 12:00 am you can also drop in for a face-to-face talk with one of the volunteers. You can contact them via email throughout term time and over the holidays and they will aim to reply within 48 hours. Term dates can be found here.
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.
How can I contact Birmingham Nightline?
Call: 0121 472 4621Instant Message: https://im.birmingham.nightline.ac.uk/webim/Drop-in: the University of Birmingham Chaplaincy, St Francis Hall
Can I volunteer with Birmingham Nightline?
Their training sessions are run in the first and second terms. To find out when training is and how to apply, please go to the volunteering section on the Nightline website.