Advice Service


The Advice and Representation Centre can be found on the ground floor of the Students’ Union and can help all students with advice on a range of matters. Our advisors are here to offer free advice in a professional but friendly, relaxed environment. We won’t judge you, were here to help you as much as we can, regardless of your issues.

Because we are independent from the University we are able to represent you without any conflict of interest. All enquiries are dealt with the strictest confidence, which means that we do not disclose anything that you have told us unless you have given us permission to do so.

We provide a range of help and advice online, so click any one of the topic areas below for more information.


Academic Matters Money and Benefits

Housing and Accommodation Employment

Health and Wellbeing Sexual Harassment Reporting

Chlamydia Screening Project Hate Crime Reporting









Opening times (times may vary, ring us before you make the journey onto campus)

10.00am - 4.00pm Monday to Thursday

10.00am - 1.00pm on Friday


The service provides advice in a variety of formats including quick information over the desk, an open drop-in where an advisor will discuss the matter in more detail and timed appointments usually used for more indepth and ongoing casework.

We always do our best to accommodate students who are unable to attend at these times, just drop us an email or give us a call.

Telephone: 01772 894880                     Email:


Disclaimer: The Advice and Representation Centre makes every effort to ensure that our web pages are accurate and up to date but regulations and procedures are subject to changes. We cannot accept responsibility for any loss, damage or inconvenience suffered as a result of using our pages. For more information click here.