Our priority is the wellbeing of our School community. Whatever your situation, and whatever connections you have across the world, there is always guidance and assistance available to you and all at LSE facing difficulties or distress.
Our commitment to our community is to support all affected by global issues or injustices, no matter where and when they take place. Below, you’ll find a list of the sources of support for students and staff – please do reach out if you need to talk to someone about your personal situation or if you’re worried about others.
We will continue to offer direct support to those in our community, and we're exploring additional ways we can help. Follow our LSE Volunteer Centre and the LSE Students’ Union for ideas on what you can do or how you can donate to people in need.
Supporting scholars and students at risk
LSE Scholars at Risk (LSE SAR) is a School-wide, centrally funded initiative to support scholars at risk by enabling them to be hosted at LSE in a visiting fellow or senior visiting fellow status for a maximum period of two years. The visitor status comes without an employment contract, but the School is open to financially assisting hosted fellows through arrangements with external partners.
In addition to scholars, LSE provides support and guidance for refugees, forced migrants and displaced students who are looking to study at the School and throughout their time with us. Find out more online.
Support for students
Support for staff
Support for all
- Safe Contacts
Safe Contacts are here to help you find the right support and next steps, in a confidential space
- Report it. Stop it.
You can also use our Report it. Stop it. tool to anonymously report sexual violence, bullying or harassment
- Faith Centre
The Faith Centre offers a space for prayer, worship and reflection for all.