As a student at the University of Central Lancashire, you have access to a wide range of learning, support, and advisory services. Dedicated teams are available for all of your concerns, academic or otherwise, and specialist teams are available for all your support needs.
This section contains advice and information on Academic and Study Support, Careers Support and Student Financial Support. Our Student Wellbeing section has everything you need to know about our Counselling Service, Mental Health Advisors Service, and Student Mentoring.
The university provides a wide-range of advice and support services. The main student support hub is the Student Information and Support Centre (known as the <i>). Staff are available to answer and discuss general questions and can direct you to more specialist support services. Whilst at UCLan, you will have access to Academic and Study Support, Careers Support, International Study Support, and Student Financial Support. Our Student Wellbeing section has everything you need to know about our Counselling Service, Mental Health Advisors Service, and Student Mentoring. Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page is useful starting point for any questions you may have.
The Student Information and Support Centre is your dedicated support hub for advice and guidance in all aspects of life at UCLan. Located on the bottom floor of the library, the friendly and professional support staff can provide information on all support services available at the university.
As a UCLan student, your health and wellbeing is very important to the university. Alongside our extensive sports facilities and dedicated on-campus medical centre and pharmacy, you have access to trained counsellors and mental health advisors. These teams are here to support you in a confidential manner throughout your time at university. Have you considered having or being a Student Mentor? The university's excellent mentoring scheme can provide help and guidance in all aspects of student life.
Do you need help with your academic work? Getting the most out of your course and studies means learning lots of new study skills. Don't struggle unaided with literature searches or essay writing skills as experienced academic support staff are available to discuss your issues and provide help and guidance. If you require extra or specialised support due to a disability, we have a team of experienced disability advisors who are here to work with disabled students; ensuring a tailored and individually-based support service including appropriate examination and assessment arrangements.
UCLan Careers offer a one-stop service to help with your career choices. Whatever stage of study you are at, the Careers Team offer practical information and impartial, professional advice to help you achieve your future aspirations. As part of our careers service, you have access to a wide range of resources including CareerEdge - our Online Careers portal for students, graduates and staff. CareerEdge provides details of hundreds of employers, many of whom advertise placements and graduate vacancies.
The International Office provides advice and support for both international students and UK/EU students who wish to travel or study overseas. The International Office support staff offer guidance on options for studying abroad (including the University’s ’Study Abroad Exchange Programme’), applying for travel bursaries, and support for immigration and visa applications.
Academic Services contains everything you need to know about timetabling, the academic calendar, room bookings, course information, changing your course, how your attendance is monitored, and your Graduation Ceremony.
UCLan is dedicated to supporting students through their studies. This site explains what funding you may be entitled to, and what additional funding is available as well as information and guidance about managing your money.