A wide range of services and support is available to all students. Take a look at who is available to help you
The Learning Development team offer individual drop-in sessions and appointments, as well as mentoring schemes and workshops. We can advise on academic reading and writing, independent study, criticality, time management, maths and a range of other study areas.
Your learning developers are:
For Maths and Stats (all Faculties)
The Library's Academic Services Team can help you make more effective use of the library and library resources, including e-books, e-journals and journal databases.
This can be either on a one-to-one basis, or by attending library training courses (see workshops).
Contact the team
Ask at the Information Point in the Library, contact us on +44 (0)1524 592516 (during staffed service) or make an appointment with a member of the team via firstname.lastname@example.org
Most departments also have advisors, called Directors of Studies or Academic Advisors. They can help with any problems you may have with registration, reading lists, timetables and course material. Any change in registration should be discussed first with the Director of Studies in your major department.
College advisors and tutors
All undergraduate students have a College Advisor who is available to give general advice on academic as well as welfare matters and to assist in resolving any problems you may encounter. Some colleges also have tutors specifically for international students. Details will be given to you by your College.
Struggling with something digital? Need some IT help? Digital Advisors are available to help you with your individual queries. Book an appointment now.
LUSU Academic advice
The Students Union can represent and support you in relation to academic issues.