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Nightline is a confidential and anonymous support service that's run for students at Strathclyde and Glasgow Caledonian Universities by students.
From 7pm until 7am Monday to Friday during term-time, Nightline is there for anyone that's having a tough time, needs a friendly ear to listen to whatever's on their mind, or who just needs the phone number for a local taxi company at 3am after a night out. Nightline is the only service on campus that offers both information and emotional support through the night via phone, instant messaging, or text messaging.
You can call us on 0141 552 2555, talk online at scnightline.com, or text us on 07982 107 920.
Volunteering with Nightline
We train twice a year in October and February and are always looking for enthusiastic, motivated, and supportive students who are willing to volunteer to give some time to help other students in need. There's so much to gain from being part of Nightline, so if you think you'd be interested in learning new, valuable listening and communication skills, gaining experience in supporting people on a wide variety of topics, and making some new friends, then we'd like to hear from you.
For lots more information visit our website here. If you are interested in applying to join Nightline as volunteer, then you can apply here or if you have any questions at all, then get in touch with Holly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that it is Nightline policy that upon joining the service, volunteers must be willing to commit to two semesters of membership, and as such, we are unable to train those in their final semester of study.