Union Advice Centre Contact Information
(01603) 59 3463
Weekdays 9am-5pm (Wednesdays 11am-5pm)
on the walkway of Union House next door to the travel shop overlooking the Square
The Union Advice Centre can offer information on a wide range of other topics from health and wellbeing to crime and student safety. We can also offer help with personal issues and try to mediate if you have housemate problems.
Union Advice Centre Leaflets
Take a look at the Advice Centre leaflets on these subjects:
Making a Non-Academic Complaint
A complaint can be made about any University non-academic service: for example, catering, accommodation or learning support. This leaflet outlines the procedure and how to use it.
A small guide on personal safety.
Clubs & Societies
Outlines how you can get involved in the Union’s student run sports clubs and societies.
If you can’t find the issue you’re looking for or would like further information book an appointment with one of the Union’s Advice Workers by contacting us at the above.
External Links and Advice
UEA Student Services
UEA provides a range of services to support students through their time at UEA. These services include money and debt advice, assistance for students with disabilities, a counselling service, the learning enhancement service, the international student advisory team, the chaplaincy, and the careers centre.
NHS Choices is an online source of health advice and information provided by the National Health Service (NHS). It includes an in depth health encyclopedia of conditions and treatments, answers to hundreds of commonly asked health questions, and an online self-help guide designed to recommend the appropriate source of care for many common symptoms and ailments.
Talk to Frank
A confidential helpline for anyone in the UK concerned about drug use and alcohol. News, leaflets as well as other information for people who seek information and/or advice about drugs.
Contact information for the local Police.
UK Council for International Student Affairs
The UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) is the UK’s national advisory body serving the interests of international students and those who work with them.
Nightline is listening service run by students for students.
For childcare grants.
For EU information.
Full of information on family matters and benefits.