Student Support Centre
Student Wellbeing is a priority at Regent College London. The Student Support Centre was established to provide support for students in different areas of their Student journey at Regent College London. The Student Support Centre provides the following support services:
- Personal support – if you are experiencing relationship, family issues or domestic difficulties.
- Academic advice – on transfers, resuming studies, withdrawn or suspended from studies including advice on the financial implications of this.
- Information regarding sources of financial support – advice on fees and student discounts i.e: travel discounts, Totum/NUS cards.
- Study skills support – essay writing, paraphrasing, giving presentations, researching assignments, referencing, Turnitin etc.
- External support – liaising with external organisations on the students’ behalf, such as Student Finance England for direction with Student Disability Allowance, Child Care Allowance etc
- Confidential support – for students with a disability or a condition that affects their studies.
- Special needs – providing specialised support to students with learning difficulties such as dyslexia or dyspraxia through our external special needs provider Randstad.
- Advice on non-academic and pastoral issues.
- Personal support plans – providing support with Individual Assignment Submission Arrangement in the case of extenuating circumstances, Individual Maternity Support Plans, Individual Support Plans for students with mental health issues etc.
- Careers support – providing careers and employability guidance such as CV writing, cover letter guidance, developing communication skills, making successful job application, advice on opening up your own business etc.
- Mental health support – through our mobile app Mind Connect – Students will have immediate access to bespoke, mental health support information and helplines whenever they need in times of difficulties.
- Student committee – student representatives’ meetings where all the issues raised by students are discussed; ‘you said we did’ poster published to reflect actions taken
- Library– providing guidance and support with reading lists and relevant sources to support referencing of your assignments.
We are available daily from 9am to 9pm and run on a drop-in session basis so we can meet students any time during these hours.
You can contact Tanya Tanna Student Wellbeing Manager on 07494975846 or via e-mail: Tanya.firstname.lastname@example.org at any time if you have any urgent issues or book a one to one appointment.
If you have any academic enquires you can contact Zara Mabey our Academic support Officer via email: Zara.Mabey@regentcollegelondon.com
For any Careers and Employment guidance you can Contact Nirajh Nelson our Careers Support Manager email: email@example.com
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