Support Services

Support Services

In order to support you prior to and during your time at Glasgow, we offer a wide range of services to help you make the most of your degree.

  • Careers Service: Available to all students with a team of advisors and its own resource centre.
  • Chaplaincy: Open to students and staff of all faiths (or non faith) and offers representation of the main faith communities on campus.
  • Counselling & Psychological Services: Operates a counselling service for students as well as a consultation service for parents, friends and University staff.
  • Disability Service: The first point of contact for any student or potential student who has a disability.
  • International Student Support: A dedicated advisory service for international students on non-academic matters such as immigration, employment, finance and any other concerns you may have.
  • IT Services: Central service bringing together the central computing support services in the University of Glasgow in support of teaching, research and administration.
  • Library: Open from 7.15am to 2am every day, the library has one of the biggest collections in Europe and offers access to more than 2 million books and 20,000 journals.
  • English for Academic Study: Offers courses in learning and teaching languages within and outwith the University
  • Nursery: Run by a professional childcare organisation on behalf of the University is available to students and staff with children.
  • Researcher Development: Offers courses, events and support for Researchers. Helping you develop new skills.
  • Accommodation Services: Provides a range of accommodation to over 3,500 students.
  • Registry: Deals with matters such as student finance, tuition fees, exam timetables, graduation and the registration of new students.
  • Student Enterprise: Helps you to develop new entrepreneurial skills through hands-on learning, competitions and social events.
  • Student Learning Service: Offers a range of services to help you adjust to the methods of teaching at University
  • Ask a Student: Can put you in touch with current students who can answer your questions and share their firsthand experiences of university life.
  • Student Representative Council (SRC): Your elected student body to represent student interests at the University.  It also provides a variety of student services.
  • Student Services Enquiry Team: Help with queries on all student services and provide advice on finding specific information and resources.
  • Widening Participation¬†Team: Offers support to students from areas and groups where there is low participation e.g. students from Further Education colleges or those who have recently been in care.