Student Services

Student Services offers facilities and support to students across all the campuses. The main Student Services Building is located on University Road on the Highfield Campus. There is additional provision for students across the other campuses and a comprehensive online service.

Student Services Centre

Student Services Centre

First port of call for support, information and advice -

Student Services Centre - responsible for the Centre and Student Advisory Team, providing a central point for student administrative queries and transactions. It also includes the development of Virtual Services for students, Residences, the ID Card Service, Sport and Wellbeing, the Early Years Centre, Student Scholarship, Bursaries , and Funds. Two recent additions to the centres activities are Career Destinations, available to all students of the University, whatever year of study or stage of careers planning and Visa Guidance Team who deal with procedures relating to visa applications which are required by the UK Border Agency.

Sport and Wellbeing - provides a wide-ranging programme of sport and recreational activities throughout the year.

Early Years Centre - established for almost 30 years caring for children aged 4 months to 5 Years. We offer service and facilities to care for 108 children per session in a safe and happy environment.

Enabling Services - core activities include a student centred approach to the assessment of needs; working with schools to implement learning and teaching strategies including examination arrangements; screening and diagnostic assessments for Specific Learning Difficulties (eg dyslexia); specialist tuition; mentoring; assistive and enabling technology training, and practical support with your study.

For more information, see www.southampton.ac.uk/edusupport.

Email: ssc@soton.ac.uk
Website: www.southampton.ac.uk/studentservices