Being a student can be challenging. You can be faced with uncertainty, worries, struggles or unpleasant interactions. Sharing experiences with someone your age can feel like a safe and comfortable step.
Therefore, we introduce the Confidential Contact Person (CCP) for students. Or to put it simply: we are trained to be peer listeners and will keep everything you share completely confidential. Let’s talk about it!
We are students of the University of Twente from different studies and backgrounds and have different experiences studying at UT or elsewhere. We support you if you are struggling with something, no matter how big or small. We can give you advice, play a supporting role in finding a solution to a problem, or just listen to you vent. Sometimes that can already be enough, but when you are dealing with bigger issues, a CCP may not have the resources to personally help you, but we can refer you to a professional, or help you seek the support you need and deserve.
So choose a peer listener that you feel comfortable with and let’s talk about it. You can contact one of us and we will be there for you. You can send an email, or leave your phone number and we will contact you as soon as possible.
Then the confidential advisor for students is your contact if you have (had) to deal with unacceptable behaviour. Or you may have witnessed such a situation.
The Confidential Contact Person (CCP) for students is an initiative of the department CES-SACC and the Student Union of UT.