Our Student Centre on Greenwich campus brings together a wide range of information, guidance and support services for students into one building.

The Student Centre will provide students, applicants and visitors with information, advice and guidance on a range of University of Greenwich services and student administrative tasks. 

This includes:

  • Completing registration with Greenwich, DBS and Occupational Health checks
  • Answering queries for students about their records with us
  • Issuing Greenwich Gateway cards
  • Issuing student status letters
  • Issuing council tax exemption certificates
  • Issuing bank letters. 

The Student Centre also provides a gateway to our specialist services including: 

The International Student Advice Services

Highly experienced and professional advisers who specialise in UK student immigration and provide free, confidential advice on a wide range of immigration matters to eligible students and graduates at the University. They also provide support with non-immigration matters related to living in the UK, such as opening bank accounts and accessing the National Health Service.  

Student Wellbeing services

Provide a range of professional and specialist support, guidance and information to students who have a disability, long term medical condition, specific learning difficulties or mental health difficulties. The service includes the provision of counselling services, mental health advice and mentoring support, disability and dyslexia advice, support and information, as well as information and support on applying for Disabled students allowances, special exam arrangements and reasonable adjustments.  

Student Finance and Financial Support services

Offer supportive, proactive, professional information, advice and guidance on all student finance matters including student finance and government funding, paying tuition fees, postgraduate funding and scholarships and bursaries. The Finance Officers also specialise in providing non-judgemental information and advice on money management, how to keep your finances on track and financial hardship. 

The Accommodation Services team

Deliver advice and guidance to applicants and students who are interested in living in halls of residence alongside supporting all residents living in university housing including pastoral care, fee collection, behaviour complaints, flatmate disputes and maintenance queries. The team are also able to give some guidance on housing in the private sector and work closely with colleagues within the University, Student Union and residences to ensure that where possible all residents have a good experience during their time in hall. 

Services will be delivered through the Student Centre, located on the ground floor of the Dreadnought building, and via appointments, email, telephone, workshops and special events. 

The Student Centre can also answer a wide range of queries about the University, including student regulations, student timetables, graduation ceremonies and the services available across the Dreadnought building.

To find out more and for contact details, visit the Student Centre webpages.