What is the CUSU Advice Centre?
The CUSU Advice Centre is a free and confidential advice service for potential and current students.
We aim to give the best possible advice to all our students and this sometimes means referring you to another agency that can provide more appropriate help.
The CUSU Advice Centre deals with many areas of student concern including:
- Financial issues
- Academic issues
- Housing issues
- Employment rights
- Disability issues
- Childcare issues
- Hate crime reporting
You might worry that you’re the first person to encounter a particular problem but you’re probably not. Last year we dealt with more than 7,000 enquiries so we’re sure to have met others facing the same situation.
How to see an advisor
SUAC is open all year round.
*The Student Union Advice Centre is open between 1O and 1 for drop in sessions, Monday to Friday*
- Our advisors deal with phone queries between 10am and 1pm Monday to Friday to use this service please telephone 024 7765 5200. You may be asked to leave your name and telephone number and an advisor will get back to you if they are currently busy with another student.
- Drop-in sessions are available Monday to Friday between 10 am – 1 pm.
If you want to see an advisor during this time please go to Room 1.40 on the first floor of the Hub to register for the drop in session.
If you think you need an appointment to see an advisor or have a telephone appointment to speak to an advisor please email firstname.lastname@example.org