A big WELCOME from the Student Services team!
|Our location||Information Point, Building:One Foyer|
|Opening times||8:15 am – 5:00 pm|
We look forward to meeting you over the next few months.
The Student Services team at the Information Point can help you with the following aspects of your study:
- Submitting assignments
- Giving out feedback
- Monitoring attendance
- Dealing with performance mitigation
- Extension requests
- General student enquiries
- Support and advice
… and more! If you have a question and are not sure where to go, come to us and we can help.
If you need to contact us, In the first instance, please always log an enquiry in SID, or e-mail us at:
Make sure to include your full name and student ID number
You can also contact us on 01392 72 2660
During Freshers’ Week, you can find us in the Xfi building, where you will find helpful advisers located at the following stands:
- Module Clinic
- Timetable Clinic
Please click here for the Student Handbook and News site on ELE – more information on extensions, mitigation and assignment submission.
Please click here to see our Freshers’ Week presentation - coming soon!
Where to go for help
In addition to the Information Point in Building One, there are many areas of support for students within the University:
You will be assigned an Academic Tutor when you arrive, and you should expect to meet with them in the first few weeks of term. Your Academic Tutor can help with support and guidance relating to your programme of study.
Special exam provisions, diagnostic assessments and ongoing disability support
Student Health Centre:
A variety of services including routine medical care, nursing service, travel clinics, sexual health and contraception, minor surgical procedures, physiotherapy, sickness certificates and referral to the counselling services
Reed Mews Wellbeing Centre:
Services include counselling, mental health information, advice and online support. All services from the Wellbeing Centre are offered in accordance with their confidentiality policy
International Student Support Office:
The International Student Support Office, located in the Forum, is dedicated to advising and supporting non-UK students and provides guidance on areas such as visa applications and living in the UK
Student Guild Advice Unit:
Free, independent and impartial advice on money, housing and academic-related matters such as misconduct and interrupting/leaving studies
A student-run listening and information service which is available from 8pm – 8am every night during term time*
The telephone number is 01392 724000
You can email at any time: firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the website at www.exetervoice.co.uk
When Voice is closed or your call cannot be answered, other alternatives are:
For on-campus emergencies, including students locked out of residences
For listening services
01392 411711 or 08457 909090
*Opening times are subject to change
A welcoming team who enable people to practice their religion and encourage spiritual wellbeing. But you don’t have to be a member of any particular religion to make use of the service