Improving access to student services
We are investing over £6.5m into improving accessibility to our student services.
The creation of hubs across our campuses will make support services more accessible in locations close to where our students study and meet with academic tutors. A key part of each hub will be the information point, where our integrated student services teams will deliver consistent, high-quality education support services.
Phase one of this project was completed in 2016, with hubs created on our Penryn and St Luke’s campuses, as well as in the Queen’s Building and Building:One on our Streatham campus.
Phase two, will see a further investment of £6.46m into the creation of hubs in the Amory, Harrison, Peter Chalk and Washington Singer buildings. The Harrison and Washington Singer hubs are now open; Peter Chalk is due to be completed in June 2018, and Amory will follow in September next year.
By the time this project is complete, we expect to be able to offer over 200 additional study spaces for our students by utilising available new space and refurbishing existing areas on our campuses.