Get Advice

You may find it useful to read through the online information and advice given on these web pages, in case we can answer any initial question/s before you need to make an enquiry.

Your Faculty Student Services will be your first point of call and we have provided some details on how to contact them and what help they can provide as below.

What Faculty Student Services offer:

  • Assignment hand-in

  • Access to local student advisors

  • SAMS appointment queries and bookings

  • International student engagement and monthly check-ins

  • Course management and Faculty-based enquiries

  • Module registration

  • DBS advice

  • Occupational Health referrals

  • Change of circumstances requests

  • Signposting for student support, advice and referrals

What Faculty Student Advisors offer:

  • Enrolment

  • Course/Timetable queries

  • How to apply for an extension/extenuating circumstances

  • How to access academic support

  • Financial queries

  • Employment opportunities

Faculty of Arts, Business, Social Sciences – 01902 321789 or raise helpdesk enquiry

Faculty of Science & Engineering – 01902 322129 (City) 01902 323860 (Telford) or raise helpdesk enquiry

Faculty Education, Health & Wellbeing – 01902 518800 or raise helpdesk enquiry

GENERAL

Our Advice and Representation Centre is equipped with a computerised information system, used in local Citizen Advice Bureaux. We also have local knowledge and information and have numerous affiliations to national support networks.

 

LEGAL

Although we are unable to give legal advice, we may be able to refer you to someone who can.

Community Legal Service logo

If you live in England or Wales and want free high-quality legal information to help you deal with your legal problems, CLS Direct may be able to help. 

 

CLS Direct is a government-funded advice service set up by the Legal Services Commission as part of the Community Legal Service. It aims to help people in England and Wales deal with civil legal problems, are is primarily targeted at those on low income or in receipt of benefits. 

CLS Direct can help you:

 

The University of Wolverhampton Legal Advice Centre may be able to give you free legal advice on certain areas of law including; business law advice, contractual disputes, employment law, housing law, negligence claims and probate-related matters.

 

Last reviewed: 20th August 2020

Still can't find the answer to your question?  Contact us here at www.wolvesunion.org/advice/enquiry and we will aim to acknowledge your query within 3 - 5 working days.