Surrey's distinctiveness is in the relevance of our education. We offer a broad range of services to support all aspects of your academic, personal and professional development.
The University of Surrey Library and Learning Centre offers a varied study environment for students, staff and visitors. Recently extended and refurbished, it is instantly recognisable as the gold and glass building at the centre of Stag Hill campus
The University has increased the amount of study spaces and extended the opening hours in some study spaces for your convenience.
Additional Learning Support (ALS) provides a confidential support service for disabled and dyslexic students.
Find out the dates for graduation ceremonies, as well as details about academic dress and what you need to do on the day.
The Student Life Mentoring service provides proactive support to new students to ensure you transition into University and enjoy your student experience.
A team of 55 mentors visit new student mentees regularly, providing peer help, support and information whenever needed. If mentors can't help directly they'll refer you to other support services which can.
SurreyLearn is the University’s virtual learning environment (VLE), an online area in which lecturers and students can interact in a range of teaching and learning activities.
SPLASH is the place to go if you want to improve your academic skills or information skills. It's also a great place if you need somewhere to work as a group or practice presentations.
The Centre for Wellbeing run a full and varied programme of groups and workshops on different themes throughout the year. See their current programme for more information and to book online.
Support for professional training year placements is located in the Employability and Careers Centre in the Philip Marchant Building.
The postgraduate research student pages contain important information to help you navigate the doctoral experience and discover the wealth of specialist support available to you.
SPLASH, based on level 3 of the Library, is the place to come to get advice from Learning Advisers or Academic Liaison Librarians on how to improve your academic and information skills.
It's also a great place to do group work or practice presentations
Find out when exams are taking place and what you need to do.
Throughout the autumn and new year we will be running a series of taster sessions across all four faculties to introduce you to a number of new and exciting masters’ programmes.
Deals with the administration of student academic appeals, fitness to practise cases, fitness to study cases and student discipline.