Everyone needs a little extra help from time to time. So here’s a list of our wide range of services available to give you support when and if you need it.
A student mentor is a fellow student on your degree who has been trained to support incoming students. They have already experienced all of the things that you are about to, and can help with everything from university accommodation to advice on your degree.
The Writing Development Centre based in the Robinson Library, offers expert advice and guidance on a wide variety of academic skills, through one-to-one tutorials, workshops or online resources to help you fulfill your potential.
Need some help with maths? Maths Aid at the Robinson Library is a drop-in centre providing professional assistance and advice on all aspects of mathematics and statistics.
The Student Advice Centre at the Students’ Union offers a sympathetic listening ear, information, advice, assistance and representation on a wide range of issues. Drop in for a free and confidential discussion with an adviser, book an appointment that suits you or visit weekly clinics.
If you prefer to speak to a fellow student, Nightline is a confidential listening and information telephone service run by student volunteers through the night and early hours of the morning.
Your personal tutor is there to support you throughout your time at Newcastle. They can offer practical guidance on a wide range of academic and non-academic issues.
Student Services situated in Kings Gate offers advice and support on a wide range of issues, including academic support and information, accommodation, student finance, student wellbeing and visa support.
To ensure you enjoy a safe and supportive environment on campus, we have cross campus CCTV, a SafeZone app, 24-hour porters at halls of residence and security staff on duty across campus at all times.
There are over 1,400 networked PCs and free Wi-Fi available across campus. To help you make the most of it, our IT Services are on hand to offer support and guidance.