Sexual Health Clininc is open on a drop in basis every Thursday from 10am -
2pm at the Medical Centre. You can call in there to discuss any sexual health
issue. You can also click-in or phone-in to book an appointment locally -
click in - http://www.hopehouse.nhs.uk/, phone-in 03004216500
Please see Travel
If your Issue is:
I meet new people? I'm really shy
STARs run events and provide advice for student life. You can also speak to other team members at
the Student Support Servcies Hub.
Another link you can try is to STARs (Support Team Advice Reps):
help me with my Dyslexia/ Autism/ Aspergers/ ADHD?
Conway is the Disability Officer and he is based in Cedar Lodge. Drop him an
e-mail, email@example.com. He will arrange to see you and discuss what
services you can use.
If your Issue is:
is following me.
report this to the Police. Student
Support Services staff can help you with this. If you need support outside
office hours the Porters Lodge will be able to contact the Duty Officer for
you. It is important you let someone know what is happening.
this feeling is due to a particular Module, then it is best to discuss it
with your Module Tutor as they are best placed to help you with alternative
learning strategies. If it's University learning in general, you might want
to talk to your Personal Tutor who can look at things more holistically and
help you understand why you are struggling. It might be that you are dyslexic
and never knew or you just haven't been given the opportunity to develop your
learning skills. Be assured at RAU we want every student to reach their full
potential. You may need to push yourself, but we are here to help you.
Module tutors are best placed to help you with specific subject areas, but
for help with general revision technique and exam preparation, see the Study
Skills section of the Library Webpage on Gateway. Your Personal Tutor would
also be happy to share some general hints and tips with you.