For all enquiries and appointment bookings please use the Student Information Desk Online, accessed via the 'Help and Support' tab in the portal.
Useful contacts in Exeter
Student Services Centre
The Student Services Centre will house the new Student Information Desk, Careerzone, Guild Advice Unit and IT Helpdesk in addition to a PC Touchdown area, twelve interview and consulting rooms, and training suite.
The Student Information Desk
The Student Information Desk is your first port of call for all questions you may have regarding the vast array of Student Services offered by the University:
Student Fees, Funding Opportunities, Unicard, Accommodation, Study Skills Support, Status Letters, Disability Support, International Student Support, Multi-Faith Chaplaincy, Health and Wellbeing, Exams, Graduation.
This is the University of Exeter’s online system that allows you to search for jobs, sign-up for employability events (from 30 April 2012), find volunteering and internship opportunities, book appointments with careers consultants and much more.
Guild Advice Unit
Part of the Students' Guild, the Advice Unit provide free, independent and impartial advice on a range of subjects such as money, housing and academic related matters (misconduct, interrupting/leaving studies).
The IT Help Desk, located in the Forum near the Student Information Desk, is a professional front line service which is the first point of contact for supported computer hardware, software, IT account or other IT related issues; including telephony, audio visual and printing queries. IT support can be found at both Cornwall and Exeter campuses. Support is operated through a day service and an Out of Hours Service, ensuring 24/7 cover for all IT queries.
Student Skills Development
You can contact one of our advisors through the Student Information Desk or log an enquiry through SID online via MyExeter
Our Wellbeing team, made up of counsellors and mental health practitioners, are all highly skilled and experienced in recognising how psychological and mental health difficulties can affect your studies.
Reed Hall, Hailey Wing, at the top of Streatham Drive on the main Streatham campus. Our entrance is at the back of Reed Hall, adjacent to the Student Health Centre.
Phone: (01392) 724381
Student Health Centres
St Luke’s Campus
Heavitree Health Centre, South Lawn Terrace, Exeter EX1 2RX
Phone: 08444 77 3486
For more information about the University and the Exeter Community go to www.exeter.ac.uk/studenthelp