Guidance and Information for Undergraduate Advisers of Studies

Guidance and Information for Undergraduate Advisers of Studies

Please find on this page guidance, information and links to useful resources to assist Undergraduate Advisers of Studies in the College of Social Sciences.  Please also see the additional specific resources for MA (Social Sciences) Advisers.

General Advising Information

Please see the full details of the current Undergraduate Student Advisory System and also an overview on the Senate Office Advisory System page.  The remits and roles of Advisers of Studies are as follows:

The College Chief Advisers of Studies are: 

MyGlasgow staff login to the MyCampus Student Records System and further information about Student Lifecycle Support and Development (SLSD)/MyCampus access.

MyCampus/Student Lifecycle Support and Development (SLSD) Advising Handbook

University Course Catalogue

Session dates

In addition to the links on this page there are more resources on the University's Advising-related Moodle sites below - you will be required to login to Moodle to access these pages:

Information provided to Students that is useful for Advisers

Links to Useful College/University Resources

Registry/Student Services including emergency financial support

Registry deals with:

The Student Services Enquiry Team deals with:

Other Support Services

University Support Services Summary including the following:

Degree Regulations/University Student Policies

The University Calendar includes the regulations for all undergraduate degrees in the College of Social Sciences.

The Senate Office and Registry Web sites provide links to Student-related Policies including:

College Forms, Policies and Procedures

Old Graduate Skills Programme (GSP) Page

The GSP is the College of Social Sciences' employability award designed to help undergraduate students and postgraduate taught students in the College make the most of their time at university and enhance their transferable and employability skills.

Study Abroad & Exchange Programmes (RIO)

Students can study abroad as part of their degree at Glasgow - students must apply to do so and information is available on the   and   Web pages.