Nightline is a confidential and anonymous telephone, text, and online listening and information service run by trained students for the students of Glasgow Caledonian and Strathclyde Universities from 7pm to 12am, Monday, Wednesday, 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.
We provide our service according to six main principles:
Nightline is the only service on campus that offers both information and support throughout the night from 7pm to 12 am, Monday, Wednesday, Friday during term time via instant messaging. Talk online at www.scnightline.com.
If you need to talk to someone whilst we are closed we recommend contacting the Samaritans who are open 24/7 every day. You can call them free on 116 123, email email@example.com, or drop in to 210 West George Street, Glasgow from 9am to 10pm.
For further information about becoming a Nightline volunteer, see our volunteering page.
You can support Nightline by helping us achieve our aim of all students at GCU and Strathclyde knowing about our service! You can do this by sharing and supporting our publicity online and on campus. Follow us on Facebook to stay up to date with what we're up to.
If you are a society/organisation and would like to speak to us about a collaboration or supporting our publicity, please contact the Nightline Volunteering Coordinator- Meg Macdonald at firstname.lastname@example.org.