Student services

A central point of advice and support to ensure that students maximise their university experience and overcome any difficulties they may encounter

Our advisers are here to help you to get the most out of your time at university. We can guide you through aspects of student life such as funding and budgeting, mental health, disability and dyslexia support, international student and immigration support, academic support (including maths and writing), or faith and spirituality – the list is endless.

No issue is too big and no question is too small. Our friendly, confidential and impartial team will be pleased to help you.

Visit us

Student Hub
Charles Seale-Hayne Library
University of Plymouth


Disability can mean different things to different people. It may include you if you have study support requirements related to a disability, for example:

  • dyslexia
  • specific learning disabilities
  • mental health difficulties
  • autism
  • a long-term health condition.

If you're a prospective or current student or a member of staff supporting students, AccessAble are here to help.

Have your say and make a difference

For every response received we donate money to our chosen charity, which for this academic year is Plymouth and District Mind, which is affiliated to the national mental health charity, Mind.

You'll also have the chance to win a £30 Amazon voucher (winners are picked at random, once every semester).

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