The Fitness Pod is our fitness facility right here on campus. Memberships can be purchased from the Fitness Pod reception, located on the lower ground floor of MDX House. Please bring identification with your payment (credit and debit cards accepted). For more information on training and classes, click here.
Middlesex University have developed links with a number of local community sports clubs such as the basketball, hockey, netball, rugby, running, swimming and table tennis clubs. Take advantage of these opportunities and make direct contact with the sports club of your choice. Check our local facilities page for further information.
If you need any form of personal tutoring or academic advice, our progression and support advisors are dedicated to helping you progress to your next year and successfully complete your studies. Get in touch with them for accurate learning information, support, and advice.
There are dedicated counselling and mental health team to provide you with mental wellbeing support and a confidential individual counselling service. Find out about other services we can offer you here.
As an enrolled Middlesex student, you can access any DDS service we have available on campus using our disability advisory services. Visit our Unihub page for more information.
The Student Welfare Advice team helps students deal with any financial, practical, or legal difficulties that may arise while studying at Middlesex. We also produce information leaflets called 'Welfare Advice Guides', which cover key areas relevant to students. Visit our page for more information.
If you need general advice or help on any aspect of your life as a student you can contact the MDXSU advice team at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, student number, telephone number and a brief outline about your issue. Find out more information on the MDXSU website.
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Take advantage of our Cause for Concern procedure to help a fellow student or friend in need with issues around their health, conduct and wellbeing that may impact on their ability to study. Find further information on this service here.