If you are new to the University of Surrey you will find the orientation video links below helpful for using the library and all its services:
- Library essentials
- Introduction to research
- Guide to referencing
- Academic writing
- Getting help with your assignment
Book a place on our workshops and develop your academic skills. Workshops include: Making your writing more academic, Referencing and using evidence in your work, and Report writing
The Additional Learning Support (ALS) Team offer support if you are dyslexic or disabled. Various forms of support are available for conditions including autism, visual and hearing impairment, mobility issues, and mental health conditions.
Perhaps you need to install some software for your studies this year, sort out email access on your device, or find an available PC on campus. IT Service can help!
FEATS is available via SurreyLearn and enables you to understand and use your assignment feedback effectively. IT's easy to use, private, and puts you in control of your learning and achievement.
The University's Wellbeing team are available to support your wellbeing throughout your time at Surrey. They offer appointments, drop-ins, and online information.
The Careers Service is available to help you consider careers options at any point in your degree, whether you're applying for a PTY or a graduate career.
The Back on Track Programme can help if you feel you are not reaching your potential at university, for whatever reason. You can refer yourself to Back on Track, and complete the self-assessment on SurreyLearn. You will then have the opportunity to meet with a coach, who can support you to identify barriers to success and work out possible ways to overcome them.
SPRINT is a personal and professional development programme for female undergraduates at the University of Surrey. Make connections with others, set goals, and boost your confidence.
Keeping active is important for your wellbeing, and study success. Check out what SurreySport's Park can offer.