The Advice Service is an independent service located in the Student Support Centre. We offer confidential advice to all enrolled students at the University of Lincoln. Our advisers are members of professional bodies such as UKCISA, IMA and NASMA and we adhere to their professional codes of conduct and standards. There are three teams within the Advice Service:
We advise students about their rights and responsibilities, helping our clients fully understand the whole situation and how it affects them individually, enabling them to consider all the options available and make informed decisions.
Our advice covers a wide range of areas including:
As well as providing specialist, professional one to one advice we also run preventative workshops covering housing, debt, money and budgeting. The International Advice Team are the only people who can legally give immigration advice at the University of Lincoln and the Student Funding Team administer the University’s hardship funds.
Advice drop-in – Monday-Friday – 12:00 noon – 2:00pm – Student Support Centre
Immigration Advice drop-in – Tuesday 10:00am – 2:00pm
Email for an appointment – firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone – 01522 837495
Quality, Authority and Complaints.
All the Advice we give meets the recognised service standards, there are additional requirements in relation to immigration advice, money and debt. Please click on the link below for more information about how to make a complaint if you are unhappy with the service you receive from the Advice Service.