Student Information and Welfare
You can find the information you need on all aspects of life here in our own handbook, Information for Junior Members. You also have your own hard copy of this handbook.
Your Director of Studies is the key person you work with on everything to do with how you approach your academic work and develop the skills needed to study effectively here. But there is also a range of resources available to you on the web.
For further information on education (such as study skills help, what to expect from supervisions and how to prepare for them), go here. Some of the information you'll find there duplicates what is in our handbook, but some amplifies it and gives you useful additional links to resources in the University.
As for welfare matters, do contact your Tutor in the first instance, or the RCSA Welfare Officer, or our College Nurse. You can also find further helpful information on health and welfare here and the University Counselling Service. You may also find some mental health information here that may be helpful for you.
For anonymous reporting of harassment, hate crime & sexual misconduct, click here.
Updated 22nd November 2017