Advice dating student su
We are here to provide advice and support, however you are ultimately responsible for submitting your mitigation and deciding when to submit.
At UWLSU we understand that life can have its hiccups.
When you contact us by email, please provide us with the following information: If you have any paperwork relevant to your case, please attach copies when you email us. Your personal data will be treated with respect and in accordance with the Data Protection Act and General Data Protection Regulation.
Or you can call our service during the drop-in times on 02 If you print off and complete this form before you attend a drop-in and bring it with you – it will help us to process your case more quickly.
The Advice Centre is open Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm all year round, except for public holidays and occasional training days.
We are not involved in any part of the decision-making on your case as we are independent from the University.
The advice and support we offer is confidential, independent, impartial, empowering and non-judgmental.
We are independent from the university and act only on the students’ behalf.
If you have a face to face appointment you will be asked to complete an enquiry form, where you can give your consent for a case to be opened.
If you receive advice over the phone, we will ask for your consent to record personal details and open a case file for you.