If, when you receive your results, you feel you need personal support, here are some of the services available to you.

Academic Skills

Make sure you have all the skills you will need to maximise your full potential.

Student Wellbeing

The Student Wellbeing Service 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, our services are here to help, guide and support your university experience.  

More information about out Student Wellbeing Service

Disability, Dyslexia and Mental Health

Our team of Student Wellbeing Coordinators (disability & dyslexia) and our Mental Health Advisor is available on campus and able to provide information and support for students.  Advice and guidance is based on your individual requirements and includes specialist support for students with mental health or long-term medical conditions.  

More on our Disability and Dyslexia Service

Careers guidance

Performed better in some modules than others? Wondering how it could/should affect your course choices? The Employability and Careers Service (ECS) team can advise you on the progression of your study.

Students' Union

The Students' Union offers free, independent and confidential advice and support on academic and welfare issues to University of Greenwich students at the Avery Hill and Greenwich campuses, as well as to those studying on the Medway campus.