Please do not attend an on-campus appointment if you are showing any symptoms that could be attributed to COVID-19.
You should always keep your contact details up to date in case the University needs to contact you.
If you are studying at a USW partner college please contact your college.
Please read the notes below and visit the service's website before booking.
The Disability Service helps USW students who have disabilities, including physical, sensory, mental health or unseen disabilities.
Book an appointment with a librarian who specialises in your subject area.
Progression Advice Team
If you are struggling with your studies, the Progression team can identify the problems and work with you and your faculty to get you back on track.
Student Money Advice Team
Are you experiencing financial difficulties or problems with your student funding? The Student Money Advice Team can help.
Study Skills Service
Book a Study Skills appointment to speak to an academic skills or maths tutor on a one-to-one basis.
30 Minute Wellbeing Advice Appointments can be booked by students.
Use the button to go to Advice Zone Online and start the booking process.
Inside Advice Zone Online choose the appointment you want from the list, or search using a keyword.
Services are offering appointments through a range of contact methods, eg via telephone, Microsoft Teams or on campus (face-to-face). You will be asked to choose a contact method from those available during booking.
Please let us know at the time of booking if you require the appointment through the medium of Welsh or English. Please note, it may be necessary to arrange for a simultaneous translator to be present.
Please read the appointment rules to ensure you are cancelling within the required timeframe.
To cancel an appointment, log in to Advice Zone Online appointments and in 'My Booked Appointments' select 'Cancel'.