Welfare

Here at ISoc, we know that studying at Cambridge can be very lonely and difficult, especially for our mental health. For this reason, we hold a variety of events throughout the term to help our members’ welfare. From getting an expert such as Aaliyah Shaikh to come and give advice directly to our memebrs or even just causal chills together, we care about the welfare of our members.

Meet our Welfare team

We have a dedicated team with the sole purpose to look after the welfare of every ISoc student. If you ever want to have a chat, feel free to message them!

Sisters’ Welfare Rep

Suhaa Mahmood

Brothers’ Welfare Rep

Sayeed Ahmed

Welfare Contact Form

If you’ve got a question about Islam, life, or would like to raise a concern, please feel free to ask it using the form below. We promise to keep your identity anonymous, only the welfare team will see your message. If you wish to remain completely anonymous, check our the email service below.

    Anonymous Email Service

    If you’d prefer anonymity, we’d suggest using “ProtonMail” – https://protonmail.com/. When you get a reply, the mail service will send an email to your real email address, which we obviously won’t be able to see.

    University Counselling Service

    The University also offers an excellent counselling service for students and staff. Please visit https://www.counselling.cam.ac.uk/ to find out more. Mission statement below:

    The University of Cambridge Counselling Service exists to provide a professional service to students and staff of the College and University communities. The Service supports the mission of the University by offering:

    1. Counselling and mental health support – to students and staff, both individually and in groups, and, with strict regard to clients’ confidentiality, working in collaboration with Colleges, the University and NHS provision.
    2. Educational work – to help students and staff make the best personal use of the opportunities offered by the Colleges and University.
    3. Preventive work – consultation, guidance and training to those with a pastoral role in the Colleges and University, and provision of general feedback and recommendations to help promote a healthy working environment for both students and staff.