Get information, advice and support from the Student Services Centre. Visit the current students page.
Telephone: 01483 686868
Positive peer support to signpost and empower you to maximise your time and potential at Surrey.
Click to view this video all about student mentoring at the University of Surrey.
- Visit the Surrey Mentoring Website
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- Surrey Mentoring on Facebook
Kelly Boazman, Warden, shares her experiences:
As wardens, we live among you in the Courts of Residence to support your welfare needs and maintain discipline, when needed. All the Wardens have day jobs in a variety of departments across the University, so our wide-ranging combined experience of the University means that we are often the first port-of-call for information. If we can’t provide exactly what you need, we will know who to put you in touch with in order to help.
Visit the accommodation pages.
Based in the Student Services Centre, our Student Advisers can advise on any financial problems or queries you may have, and try to ensure that your time as a student at Surrey runs as smoothly and problem-free as possible.
They can help you with things like:
Surrey student advice on Facebook.
We can help you with information on student fees and funding (including government and University support) as well as costs and budgeting advice.
At Surrey, we offer a variety of good-quality accommodation, with a choice of several different price bands.
Arranged in Courts of Residence (groups of self-catered housing), our campus accommodation has been carefully designed to meet your needs and provide you with a comfortable living space to make your own.
As a Surrey graduate you will be very employable. Our Careers Service offers a wide range of support and resources to help you with career decisions.
Conveniently situated on campus, the Careers Service is staffed by professional careers advisers who will help you to identify your skills and strengths and find the right opportunities.
We offer a variety of services to help you become the ideal job candidate, including:
Help doesn’t stop once your course ends. Careers advice and support is available to University of Surrey graduates too.
International Student Advisors will offer professional advice on any matter that is particular to the international community — for example, immigration and visa issues, police registration, part-time employment regulations and any language or study skills problems.
They offer support from the moment you choose Surrey, throughout your studies and beyond graduation if you are looking for employment or further study in the UK.