What if I am too embarrassed to discuss my circumstances?


Please don’t be.  All staff at the University will treat your reasons as confidential and will not pass on information without your permission.  Your Academic Mentor may be able to help you, or they may refer you to someone who can help with your particular circumstances, such as the Money@Campuslife centre or Welfare@Campuslife.

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