USE YOUR ADVICE CENTRES
Our research shows those most at risk of problem gaming or gambling are the least likely to be aware of the services that exist on their campus. If your gaming or gambling is beginning to impact your relationships at university or your degree success these are there to help.
We know it can be difficult to discuss gaming or gambling and we're working across the country to train up university staff teams further on these issues and provide support to staff. already these individuals are very supportive of the issues and will keep your issues confidential wherever possible.
If you're still concerned about discussing it with the university, you should go to your students' union in the first instance. Your students' union is dependent to the university and shouldn't share your information with the university unless you give them permission. This can often be the best first point of call if you don't feel comfortable disclosing.
If this still is difficult for you, your university may have a nightline, a confidential service where you can discuss your issues anonymously with a student. They may not be skilled to give an answer but will be a sympathetic ear in the first instance.