The University of Worcester is famed for its friendly on-campus atmosphere. Find out how you can get involved, and how we'll be there to help you along the way.
Worcester Students’ Union (SU) is the social heart of the University, with a huge range of clubs, societies and volunteering opportunities.
The SU's elected officers champion the rights, welfare and diversity of Worcester students, speaking out on issues that really matter to them.
The SU is responsible for more than 70 clubs and societies, covering a wide range of interests and offering a fantastic way to get involved and meet other students who share your interests. From arts and culture to sport and recreation, there's something for everyone.
And the SU is at the heart of entertainment on campus. The Hangar SU bar is the place to go on campus to relax and rewind and also the venue for special events almost every week.
There may be times during your studies when you need advice, guidance and additional support.
Our Student Services department has a number of specialist teams to enable you to make the most of your university experience.
You can access most Student Services through Firstpoint
Firstpoint is your first point of contact for accessing information and support throughout your studies. It is based in the Peirson Study and Guidance Centre and is open Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.30pm.
Firstpoint Advisers can answer questions about a wide range of topics including student finance, paying your fees, car parking permits, travel information, accessing support, dyslexia screening, accommodation enquiries and much, much more.
Careers and Employability
The Careers and Employability team supports students and graduates with the planning and management of their careers and development of employability skills.
Whether you are a member of a faith or belong to no faith tradition, our Chaplaincy Service is available to provide spiritual support to all our students and staff.
Counselling & Mental Health Service
Our Counselling and Mental Health team provides a free service to all students who need specialist support while they are studying at the University of Worcester. The team is committed to supporting students experiencing emotional or psychological problems, so that they can gain maxmium benefit from their unversity experience and develop their potential to the full.
Disability and Dyslexia Support
We offer a wide range of support and advice to disabled students and researchers, and also to parents, staff and those external agencies supporting disabled students. The Disability and Dyslexia Service is usually the first port of call for enquiries relating to disability support at the University of Worcester.
The Money Advice Service provides students and potential students with welfare and financial advice and support. The team offers advice on a wide range of topics, including: tuition fees; student loans and grants; NHS grants; scholarships and bursaries; support for students with children; welfare benefits; tax credits and universal credits; debt management; budgeting; and general financial queries.
Student Support and Wellbeing
The Student Support and Wellbeing Team contributes to the development of an inclusive and supportive university community, aiming to help students achieve a postiive, fulfilling and enriching experience. Advisers provide confidential support on a broad range of pastoral and welfare issues and are happy to meet students with concerns about anything that is affecting their time at the University of Worcester.
The Student Achievement Services works across the University to enhance student experience and support, from induction to exam advice.
Unitots is our on-campus nursery, accredited by Ofsted, taking children from three months up to school age. The Nursery is self-contained and has its own large outside facilities, as well as taking advantage of other campus facilities.
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