We know that many students have faced and may still be facing uncertainty and anxiety. Since the start of the pandemic, we have helped hundreds of students with their academic issues, money worries and housing concerns, and we will be here for you when you start this year should you need us.
We can also help you to make friends online, stay connected with staff and student officers, and access support services including our Student Advice Centre.
Our Student Advice Centre is here to support you through an online service with any queries regarding your course, finance, accommodation and other University life and wellbeing related issues. Details of how to contact the advice centre, plus a range of resources including self-help guides, can be found on the Advice pages.
If you still have questions, please check the information available on our website, or please contact us at email@example.com
Your Student Officers can’t wait to meet you and are here to support you all year round. Each college also has its very own officer to deal with issues specific to your course, for more information, click here.
If you wish to access our Student Advice Service for support with how you are feeling about Coronavirus and related issues, or any other matter that is affecting you, click here to contact us for assistance or access links to self-help information that you may find useful. The NHS have also compiled a list of wellbeing apps.
Our officers and staff work in partnership with the University to ensure you have a great time at University, and so we thought we would include some useful links for you:-
The Skills Centre offers a wealth of support for you so make the most of it.
The University has a dedicated webpage complete with FAQs, which covers most queries around how the Coronavirus pandemic and measures related to it will affect students academically. You can access the latest information via My Hallam or directly at www.shu.ac.uk/coronavirus
The latest Government guidelines are available here and support is available from the University. You can find out more about keeping safe on campus here.