Help & Advice

 

The Students' Union provides a free, independent, confidential and impartial advice service to all students of the University of Worcester.

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.

Make an appointment

The easiest way to make an appointment is to complete this short, confidential online Advice Enquiry Form which will then be sent straight to the Academic and Welfare Advisor.
On it you can indicate the days and times you are free for an appointment.

You can also:

  • Telephone 01905 543210
  • Email studentsunion@worc.ac.uk
  • Drop in to the Students' Union Welcome Desk, St John's Campus
  • Skype appointments are available, please contact us using the details above.

When can I see an Advisor?

Drop In Advice No need to book
Tuesday 1.30-2.30 SU, St John's Campus
Thursday 1.30-2.30 Jenny Lind, G013, City Campus (term time)
Appointments  
Monday to Wednesday 9.00-5.00 SU, St John's Campus
Thursday 9.00-1.00 SU, St John's Campus
Thursday 1.30-5.00 Jenny Lind, G013, City Campus (term time)

Confidentiality

The Advice Service offers a confidential service - nothing you tell us will be shared with any other organisation or individual without your permission.

There are rare occasions where a breach of confidentiality may be deemed necessary. These are detailed within our Confidentiality Policy. If a decision is made to breach confidentiality the client will be informed before any action is taken by the Advice Service.

Advice and support is offered to all regardless of religion, gender, disability or sexual orientation.

Disclaimer

Every effort has been made to ensure that all information contained on the Help & Advice 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 advice service is a member of AdviceUK and the NHAS (National Homelessness Advice Service)

 

11 Oct 2017 09:43