Guidance overview

Although students are expected to maintain a high level of independence at university, there may be times when you could use some guidance or a second opinion. The study advisor is a good first point of contact in such situations. Frequently asked questions are:

Your study advisor will usually be able to help you with questions like the ones listed above. Situations do arise that require input from a third party (e.g. A central student counsellor, lawyer, psychologist, or medical practitioner). For more information on student counseling, see the links below.