Worried about something but not sure who to turn to? Well check out our handy list of who's out there and how you can get hold of them or contact ASK (you're on our pages so we're assuming you know all about us already!) and we'll advice you on who to try first.
T: 0141 548 3561
If you live in University accommodation the Village Office and Residence Assistants are there to give you practical support and guidance. If you’re having problem in Halls go and see them, or speak to a member of the Hall Committee.
The Advice Centre
T: 0141 548 4104
The newly rebranded Advice Centre advice, guidance and information on a range of issues including finance, immigration and personal problems for both home, EU and International students.
T: 0141 548 4320
E: via the website
The Careers Service, as the name suggests, can help you plan your future career whether it is advice on a CV, interview and assessment centre tips or helping you find an internship or part-time work now. Also remember career planning isn’t just for final year students, plan now for the career you want.
T: 0141 548 4144
The Chaplaincy welcomes everyone; those of all faiths, those who don’t subscribe to any faith and those who have questions about their beliefs. There are areas for prayer but also spaces to study, eat and even a café. The full time and part-time Chaplains can offer support to anyone who needs it whether on a religious bases or simply to discuss a problem you’re having.
Centre for Sport & Recreation
T: 0141 548 2446
The place to go for an endorphin boost! Whether it’s a gym session, a relaxing swim or having a laugh in one of the many classes you’ll leave feeling better than when you arrived. You can also speak to CSR staff if you have any fitness concerns or want advice on how to get into exercise.
T: 0141 548 3402
If you have a disability or think you might the Disability Service will provide you with all the info, advice and assistance you need to make sure you don’t face any barriers in your learning. They will also help with applying for your Disabled Students Allowance and can help you decide the best way to use it.
T: 0141 548 3738
A collaboration between Law students and the staff who support them the Law Clinic offers legal advice to anyone who doesn’t qualify for legal aid but can’t afford their own professional legal fees. They can also give you advice if there is a matter you think has a legal aspect.
Maths Skills Support Centre
Struggling with the maths element of your course? Then this is the place for you. MSSC can help all students who are studying maths, their main focus being supporting 1st & 2nd years. There are drop in sessions where you can ask for help or you can arrange an appointment or why not take advantage of the wealth of resources online
T: 0141 548 3165
Need a student status letter for you council tax? Lost your student card? Need to change the details the Uni has for you? Are you sick and going to miss a class? These are just a few things this team details with. A lot of these things are done online so check out their webpage
T: 0141 548 3510
If something is bothering you, talk it through, it’s simple but effective. Use the Uni counsellors to get things off your chest in a confidential and accepting environment. If you are depressed, stressed, anxious or just not coping well regardless of what is causing it, or even if you don’t know speak to counsellor. It isn’t scary, you don’t have to say anything you don’t want to and it could really help.
T: 0141 548 2753
If you’ve got money troubles, whether it’s tuition fees, student loans or scholarships or want to apply for the University’s Emergency Aid, Discretionary Fund or Childcare Fund then these are the people to help you.
Student Health Service
T: 0141 548 3916
The Student Health Service runs regular consultative clinics for students with a team of external doctors and nurses. They will also help you find a local GP as you have to register with a local doctor’s surgery.