Student Services

Student Services aims to look after your welfare during your time at University and provides advice and support for a range of issues, from health and wellbeing to money advice and progression.

If you need to access any of our services, please contact the Advice Zone either in person, by phone or via Advice Zone online. 



If you already know which service you need, use the button below to book an appointment.

Book an appointment

Counselling

The Counselling Service is impartial, confidential, non-judgmental and available to all current students.

Disability Service

The Disability Service provides information, advice and guidance, and co-ordinates disability-related support for USW students. 

Health Service

The Health Service provides advice and support to students, forming part of healthcare provision alongside the GP, pharmacist, dentist and the NHS. 

Mental Health Service 

The Mental Health Service helps students who are experiencing mental or emotional distress.

Progression Advice Team

The Progression Advice Team supports students who are unsure about continuing their studies at university and may be at risk of not completing their course. 

Student Money Advice Team

The Student Money Advice Team provides support and advice to help students manage money, plus information about funding, bursaries and scholarships.

If you are living in halls, you can contact one of the Campus Life Coordinators (CLCs) who look after students living in halls of residence and are a useful point of contact for halls-related issues. 

The Chaplaincy at USW is available to all students as an open and affirming service.

Watch our introduction to Student Services:


Student Services Confidentiality Code