Students in the SMI

Student Support Services

The Student Support Services provides a wide range of support help look after the health and wellbeing of students within The University of Sheffield and to help them make the most of their time at University.  The Student Services Information Desk offers a single point of contact for general student related enquiries and requests, such as:

• Disability and Dyslexia Service
• University Counselling Service
• Student Administration Service
• University Health Service
• Student Services Information Desk
• Student Support and Guidance
• Central Welfare and Guidance support@sheffield.ac.uk
• Student Access to Mental Health Support (SAMHS)

For more information, visit their website

Disability and Dyslexia Support

If you have an impairment or condition which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on your ability to carry out day-to-day activities, then you may be eligible for disability support.

The Disability and Dyslexia Support Service is a friendly and confidential service providing support and advice to enable students to access their studies and university services.

For more information, visit their website

Careers Service

A degree from a Russell Group University is a great asset once you begin your career, whether you choose to enter the work-place or develop your research skills further with additional study. 

Explore your options and prospects and gain invaluable support and guidance from our Careers Service who will help you navigate the opportunities available to you and develop your transferrable skills, whatever your next steps may be.

For more information, vist their website

Academic support

Students sometimes find that despite their best efforts, they need a little academic support to help them achieve their full potential once they have arrived at University.  The University have created a range of services designed to do just that. 

301 Academic Skills Centre provides opportunities for students to develop the essential academic and study skills which underpin their learning at University.

For more information, visit their website

MASH (Maths and Statistics Help) is a free service available to all students who need help with maths and statistics offering a range of workshops and online support.

For more information, visit their website