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Our Student Services team are always around to help and support students with such things as:
- Accommodation and transport
- Financial support
- Medical and personal support
- Social and sporting activities
- Student Welfare
Our Student Welfare team offer a confidential service to students who may be suffering with homesickness, difficulties with coursework, financial problems, health or family issues. Our counselling service provides on-going support with specific problems and our Chaplain can offer additional support and pastoral care to students of all faiths or of no faith.
The HE Support Team (HEST) provide confidential information, advice and guidance to students with a learning difficulty or disability. This includes students with:
- Specific learning difficulties (e.g. dyslexia)
- Physical disability
- Long standing health conditions
- Mental health difficulties
- Autistic Spectrum Disorder
- Sensory difficulties
You can find the HE Support Team in the higher education centre.
We can advise on the Disabled Student’s Allowance (DSA) and can offer advice on reasonable adjustments to address any potential barriers to learning. It is a good idea for you to contact us well before you arrive at University Centre Reaseheath. We are happy to arrange any visits to the campus where we can discuss your support needs. If you have not already done this, it would be good if you contacted us as soon as you arrive at University.
Tel: 01270 613288
As an Approved Assessment Centre for Disabled Student Allowance (DSA) we can assess any student wishing to attend a higher education institution anywhere in the country.
Once you have your eligibility letter or email advising you to have a needs assessment, please contact the HE Support Team.
Tel: 01270 613288
The library is well stocked with a wide variety of books, eBooks, magazines and journals and there is electronic access on and offsite to a significant collection of e-resources to support you in your studies. The library is open weekdays through to early evenings and at the weekend.
Our librarians offer training in information skills and provide support for your research
Our careers service provides information, advice and guidance to all students, helping to give them a head start in the graduate job market.
Our careers advisors are on hand to support you with anything from writing your CV or job application form to searching for jobs or advising on any complex career problems you might have. We also offer continued support to our graduates.
University Centre Reaseheath believes in equality of opportunity for all its students and is committed to promoting equality of opportunity in all its activities.
We will do our best to ensure that you are able to achieve your full potential and work towards realising your personal goals irrespective of your age, colour, creed, ethnic origin, gender, marital status, disabilities and impairments, nationality, race, sexual orientation or religious belief.
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Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that the information on this website is correct, some details may be subject to change. University Centre Reaseheath accepts no responsibility for any errors or omissions.
University Centre Reaseheath – Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 6DF
Tel: 01270 613284 | Email: UCR@reaseheath.ac.uk