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Lots of help and support at the Student Support Services Hub
Student Support Services provide an important link between the University-wide support structures. Student Support Services offer a range of support, information and advice to students and staff.
The Student Support Services Manager should be your first point of contact for the majority of questions you may have.
The STARs (Support Team Advisor Representatives) or student mentors are all second or third year students who offer peer support and live in halls. They are identified by their yellow T-shirts.They can be contacted via the Student Support Services Hub. Their availability is advertised in the Hub.
Disabled people are entitled to equal access to education and employment. The Royal Agricultural University wishes to ensure that disabled students are treated equitably in their academic studies and wishes to ensure they reach their full potential.
The University employs a Disability Officer who manages all issues surrounding dyslexia and disability for the University.
There are many types of disability; visible or hidden; physical (sight, speech, hearing or mobility impairment) or mental health impairments or long term medical conditions. The most frequently encountered is dyslexia and the University employs a specialist dyslexia tutor.
If you have dyslexia or any other form of disability please email email@example.com
The University health centre is located on campus should you require medical attention for illness or accident while you are at University. The University nurse is available via a drop-in facility and the doctors run an appointment-based surgery over the lunchtime on these days. You will be able to collect prescriptions from the health centre.
The Student Lounge is an alternative space for students to relax in. It is open until 11pm each evening and you will find and TV with Netflix, soft seating and Wi-Fi access. It is an alcohol-free zone.