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The Student Services Centre is a ‘first-stop shop’, with friendly staff trained to deal with a wide range of enquiries you may have during your studies and provides key information and help on many University services.

The Centre is located in the middle of campus and includes the following teams:

  • Student Money
  • International Student Support
  • Student Finance
  • Student Life Mentoring
  • Student Information Desk Advisors
  • Director’s Office

Do not hesitate to contact us on:
T: +44 (0) 1483 686868
Email: surrey.ac.uk/ask


Money Matters
Advice on living costs and how to budget is available to help you prepare for University and manage your money when you are here. If you need help with money matters contact us to arrange an appointment with an advisor.

Please see further information on the services we offer on http://www.surrey.ac.uk/currentstudents/money/

International Student Support

The International Student Support (ISS) team provides a professional and dedicated advisory service to all prospective and currently registered international students, throughout their studies at the University of Surrey.  Please follow the link here for further information: http://www.surrey.ac.uk/currentstudents/visa/

Your Accommodation
Living in University accommodation is a core part of your student experience and we have a range of services to help you settle in and get the most out of your time in residences.  Please use the following links to explore the services available to you:

Accommodation Services:
http://www.surrey.ac.uk/accommodation/

Student Life Mentors:
We have lots of friendly people on hand to help you in your accommodation. In the residences a team of 54 mentors visit new students regularly, providing peer help, support and information. If your mentor can't help they’ll know who can.  Please follow this link for further information:

http://www.surrey.ac.uk/currentstudents/accommodation/mentoring/

Residential Wardens live on campus and are responsible for residents’ welfare and discipline.  Your warden is there to support your residential experience by listening to any concerns you have. You can expect your warden to be open, aware of communal living challenges, available on an agreed schedule and able to take action to resolve any issues.  Please follow this link for further information: http://www.surrey.ac.uk/currentstudents/accommodation/wardens/