Student Services are now embedded within every Faculty to provide direct support within your Schools of Study. Each Embedded Team (comprised of two student life advisers and one wellbeing adviser for each faculty) are here to help you get the most out of your studies, student life and community at the UEA. We work closely and liaise with other services such as the Student Life Advisers, Wellbeing Advisers (Mental Health), Counsellors, Wellbeing Advisers (Disability), Finance and Learning Enhancement Teams. We also liaise with other University departments including the Learning and Teaching Service (LTS).
What we offer:
Through drop-in sessions, 1:1 appointments, confidential email and telephone contact, we can offer advice and guidance with:
- Non-academic queries
- Student life and wellbeing
- Signposting to support services
- Issues affecting your studies
….or if you need help, but don't know where to start!
How to contact us:
You can meet us by attending one of the drop-in sessions run across the week within each faculty or by emailing your embedded faculty team. Details for each faculty are below:
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (FMH)
Health Sciences, Norwich Medical School.
Faculty of Arts and Humanities (HUM)
Art, Media and American Studies, History, Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities, Literature, Drama and Creative Writing, Politics, Philosophy and Language and Communication Studies.
Faculty of Science (SCI)
Actuarial Sciences, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Computing Sciences, Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Pharmacy, Physics.
Faculty of Social Sciences (SSF)
Economics, Education and Lifelong Learning, International Development, Law, Norwich Business School, Psychology, Social Work
You can still access support through Student Services in the usual ways – either through completing the online referral form, emailing email@example.com, visiting the relevant Student Services Centre (Wellbeing, Student Life or Learning Enhancement) or ringing Student Services Reception on 01603 592761.