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. Letter requests Please follow the related tab above FeedbackYou 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.