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The Students' Union provides a free, independent, confidential and impartial advice service to all students at the University of Worcester.
Advice and support is offered to all regardless of religion, gender, disability or sexual orientation.
The service can arrange for a representative to accompany students to meetings related to appeals, complaints, plagiarism, university disciplinaries, fitness to practice or any other university meeting where a student feels they would like support and representation.
Academic Issues, Housing Problems and Consumer Issues are the main advice areas covered by the Service.
Get in Touch
To book an appointment with Student Advisor, Kate Gynn please:
Telephone 01905 543210
Drop in to the SU
Friend Kate on Facebook
Follow Kate on Twitter
The advice service is a member of AdviceUK
The SAS can give you as much or little help as you want throughout the year. Everyone is an individual and we offer as much support as you need.
Our services might be to give you a phone number or website address or you might need us to help you write a letter. Some people feel less confident with the issues they are tackling and prefer us to make phone calls on their behalf or write letters for them. In academic issues we would often attend meetings with you to let you know that someone is on your side.
Other work we do includes running welfare campaigns to raise awareness of issues we think are important to students. Both the Vice President Education and the Vice President Student Expereince attend many academic and organisational meetings and that gives us the opportunity to influence change for students on a higher level.
Every effort has been made to ensure that all information contained on the Student Advice Service (SAS) web pages is both current and accurate. However, information within these pages is subject to change without prior notice.
Please seek professional guidance for the latest information. Any advice given by members of staff is based on the information available and to the best of their knowledge. No liability can be accepted for any errors or misleading information.
The Student Advice Service offers a confidential service - nothing you tell us will be shared with any other organisation or individual without your express permission.
There may be occasions when confidentiality needs to be breached. this would never be done without prior consultation but may include:
* If the client discloses information that may indicate risk to children.
* If an advisor believes that a client could cause danger to themselves or to others.
* If the client gives information which indicates a possible terrorist threat.