Where to find the academic support you need


We support current students to attain the highest levels of academic achievement in their studies, and beyond. Find out about the support on offer to all students.

Academic skills and library workshops:

Our workshops are free and run throughout term time on a range of topics designed to equip you with the skills needed for academic success. Workshops take place across Avery Hill, Medway and Greenwich campuses.

Find out what is on and where:

If you are a Greenwich or Avery Hill student see a schedule of workshops held at Stockwell Street and Avery Hill libraries.

For information about regular events and training at the Drill Hall Library check the Library events calendar

One-to-one appointments:

With an Academic Skills tutor

Make an appointment for a one-to-one tutorial with an Academic Skills tutor. At these sessions students are able to seek advice and guidance about particular academic study issues. You may show draft work to a tutor who will advise on matters relating to structure, critical engagement, analysis and referencing. Appointments are free and last 45 minutes.

To make an appointment at any of the three campuses please use our online booking system.

With your Subject Librarian

Your Subject Librarian can help you to make the most of the resources on offer and enable you to find good quality information relevant to the subject areas you are studying.

You can contact your Subject Librarian with queries, or to make an appointment for one-to-one specialist help.

Find the contact details of your Subject Librarian

Maths and statistics help:

Drop-in mathematics and statistics help sessions are offered at each of the three campuses.  Maths tutors will help you understand the maths or statistics that you need, whatever its level.  There is no need to book - you just turn up.

For more information visit Working with numbers

iPROGRESS information skills course:

iPROGRESS is a collection of learning resources aimed at helping you use information effectively and ethically in your academic work.

Completion of the iPROGRESS courses can help enhance your employability skills. If you complete all the courses, including the quizzes, you will receive a confirmation email and a Moodle badge. These can be used as evidence to earn you Greenwich Employability Passport points.

Find iPROGRESS on the My Learning page in the Student Portal.

Student wellbeing

The Wellbeing office at the University of Greenwich offer a range of support in order to help you achieve your full personal and academic potential. From confidential one-to-one counselling, to motivational and self-development group workshops, their services are available to help guide and support you during your university experience.