Meet the Team (What we do)
HE Study Support
Hello and Welcome to HE Support
Study Support With Your Degree
Everyone learns in different ways and what’s the best method of studying for one person may not be for another. Therefore at University Centre Sparsholt we pride ourselves in having a specialist team to assist our degree students with their studies.
Our dedicated Degree Study Support team can help with:
- Study skills tailored to your needs
- Specialist ASD mentoring
- Exam access arrangements
- Information and Support on DSA process and assessments required to ensure that you receive the help you need.
The HE study support team are available from 8.30am to 5pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
If you feel you may need some support with your studies please do get in touch with the team:
*Please note it can take up to two months to complete an assessment and gain approval for DSA support so it is important that you arrange this before starting on your degree
Link to disabled students https://www.gov.uk/disabled-students-allowances-dsas/eligibility
You can apply for Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs) if you live in England and have a disability that affects your ability to study, such as a:
- learning difficulty, for example dyslexia or ADHD
- mental health condition like anxiety or depression
- physical disability, for example if you’re partially sighted or have to use crutches
- long-term health condition such as cancer, chronic heart disease or HIV
You must also:
- be an undergraduate or postgraduate student (including Open University or distance learning)
- qualify for student finance from Student Finance England
- be studying on a course that lasts at least a year
Student Services based in Support Hub, Wellbeing
is open 09:30-4:30:
Every week day, during term-time.
Please browse through this A-Z student guide which should contain answers to our frequently asked questions. You are welcome to come to Wellbeing Hub if you have an emergency that must be resolved the same day. For all other enquiries and in order to maintain safe social distancing; students are firmly encouraged to refer to this guide first as most answers are contained within. We also recommend that you become familiar with the Student Handbook (it is in the Handbook section), which contains vital information about uni life. Thank you.
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