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What lies at the centre of a great community? A supportive culture. Here at Edge Hill, our welcoming campus has a strong community feeling. And this is reflected in our dedicated student support provision.

Once you here with us, you’ll have access to whole range of support services. You’ll be able to make appointments with any of our Student Services teams at the Catalyst Helpdesk. Give them a call, drop them an email, or pop in on campus. And if you want more information, you’ll find it on our Student Services webpages.

Lending a helping hand

When starting at Edge Hill, whatever support or guidance you need, our teams in Student Services are here to help. They can assist with the likes of:

  • advice on managing your money and budgeting
  • support with your wellbeing
  • guidance on activities and events happening on our campus.

We understand that university life – both personally or academically – can be a lot to manage at times. If you’re feeling worried or unsure at any point, our student support team are here to help you make positive next steps. For our Care Experienced and Estranged Students(CEES), our dedicated contact person can chat to you about the extra support, advice and guidance on offer.

Our Student Services teams

Your university library

A shot from the second floor of Catalyst. It shows a glass meeting room filled with plants and seating.

We’re very proud of our Catalyst building, which is home to a huge number of books, journals and learning spaces, and open 24/7.

Want some help with revision? Wondering how Harvard referencing works? Our UniSkills workshops are designed to address these questions and more. You’ll develop your academic writing skills, master exam preparation, learn how to manage dissertation writing, and how to deliver an engaging presentation in these helpful sessions.

We’ve also designed a suite of TechSkills workshops, where you can develop specific skills in technology. Learn how to design a creative poster, create a blog, or set up a basic website – all skills that will be useful in your university journey and beyond.

For students with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD), we’ve a dedicated support team who can offer advice, guidance, support, and assessments. They’ll also help get you set up with assistive technologies like Mindmapping and Text to Speech software – which are freely available to all students.

So that you can make the most out of these resources, our Library and Learning Services team are on hand to support with your academic development.

Helping you turn ambitions into reality

Develop your skills. Gain work experience. Stand out from the crowd. From your first semester right through to graduation and beyond, here are some of the ways we’ll help you succeed.

Careers support
Prepare for graduate success

Our award-winning Careers team are here to help you plan your degree and build your employability from the day you join us. They are here to support you to graduation and beyond, with guidance and advice on making career plans and looking for graduate jobs.

This support is showcased by the fact that 95.6% of our students are employed or in further study within 15 months of graduating (Graduate Outcomes data released 2023 from 2020/21 graduates).

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