Student support: Your first point of reference
The Student Support Office is a modern and friendly place where students can get support and information on various issues concerning student life and study. The Student Support Staff, Effie Christou -Senior Student Support Officer and Margarita Galosia -Student Support Officer, are available to all students and aim to enhance students’ higher education experience in every way possible. Students can visit them from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday or obtain information on-line from the UCLan Cyprus Student Portal.
Please feel free to e-mail the Student Support Services for any enquiries:
Some of the things Student Support Officers can help you with are found below:
Advice on study skills
- Support or practice for your English modules.
- Hold workshops to enhance various study skills.
- One to one support.
- Guide you through obtaining online information on study skills (e.g. WISER and Skills 4 Study).
- Guidance on how to avoid Plagiarism.
Recruitment of Course Representatives
- Informing students about Course representatives’ responsibilities.
- Advice course representatives about the processes/ meetings/ providing feedback.
Advice on disability issues
- Support to students with a physical or learning disability.
- Information on provisions and assessment procedure.
Advice on health and well-being issues
- Information about local hospitals, doctors, pharmacies
- Information on alcoholism, drug use, sexual health and other issues related to youth health.
- Psychological well-being and mental health guidance.
Support for clubs and societies
- Support in setting up clubs and societies.
- Assistance with finding a place for your club and recruiting more members.
- Assistance with finding volunteering opportunities.
Advice on student life
- Student discounts.
- Life in Pyla and surrounding areas.
- Travelling to and from the university.
- Coping with life changes that occur during university years: stress, money issues, homesickness etc.
You can talk to us if you are concerned either about yourself or a friend on an academic, social or health issue. The information you share will be kept confidential.
You can give constructive feedback – positive or negative- about your experience at UCLan Cyprus.