Student Services offers advice and support to ensure that your experience as a student is successful and fulfilling. Our services are available to undergraduate and postgraduate students of any background, protected characteristics, or stage/mode of study.
The advice and support we provide empowers students to take an active role in managing their student experience. We encourage all students to develop a sense of personal responsibility for all aspects of their wellbeing. We promote individuality, open-mindedness and critical thinking, while respecting the diversity of our community.
Student Services provides advice and support in the following ways:
- Advice and Support Centre (ASC), an information centre for students
- Support plans for students with disabilities, including specific learning difficulties
- Life and wellbeing advice
- Counselling and mental health support
- Financial advice and support
- Advice on academic issues
- Residential support and activities for students in University residences
Where appropriate we link in with external agencies in the local community.
Check out our Online Booking System for an appointment with Student Services.
To access more information:
Advice and support
Information for Parents
Student Services Counselling, Wellbeing and Mental Health Matching Care has been accredited by the Royal College of Psychiatrists in partnership with the British Psychological Society.
Accreditation is awarded following a rigorous, externally audited process, including:
- measuring our service against 56 quality standards which assess whether a service is safe, well led, effective, caring and responsive to people’s needs.
- listening to students and staff feedback
- submitting to an all-day, on-site peer review
Apart from the counselling service at Sheffield University, we are the only university to gain this award. We are the first Scottish service of any kind to achieve this award.