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Student support

We want you to be able to make the most of your university experience

We provide a range of tailored, useful support services you can rely on from the moment you apply until the moment you graduate.

We also actively try to remove barriers that might otherwise prevent you from fully engaging during your time at Norwich and create opportunities to prevent the causes of poor mental health.

Our commitment to you

When you do need to seek help from Student Support, we are committed to getting you the right help from the right people and ensuring that all our students have the same opportunities to succeed.

You can contact Student Support in the following ways:

In-person

Come and see us at an in-person drop-in slot.

These run from 12.30-3.30pm Monday to Friday in SG30 St Georges Building.

On the phone

Call Reception on 01603 977977 Monday to Friday 9am-5pm and our reception team will answer your call.

Alternatively, call our drop-in service on 01603 977988  between 12.30-3.30pm Monday to Friday to speak directly with a Student Support Advisor.

Online

Fill out our web form at any time and a trained advisor will pick up your case within two working days.

Reporting an incident of sexual misconduct, harassment, bullying, or hate crime to the University

You report, we support

Talk to us

The Student Support office is open all year round for appointments and to take telephone and email enquiries. We run a drop-in service, dates and times are available on our Intranet.
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