Glyntaff Advice Zone

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Week Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
10th-16th April 10am-2pm 10am-2pm 10am-2pm 10am-4pm CLOSED
17th-23rd April CLOSED CLOSED 10am-2pm 10am-2pm 10am-2pm
24th-30th April 10am-4pm 10am-4pm 10am-4pm 10am-4pm 10am-4pm

Where to find us

The Advice Zone is located in the Elaine Morgan building on Lower Glyntaff.

Opening Hours

Our opening hours during term time are

  • 9am to 5pm from Monday to Thursday
  • 9am to 4:30pm on Friday

You can call in during these hours or you can make an appointment for a slot with an adviser. If you are a part-time student unable to visit us during the opening hours, it may be possible to arrange an appointment outside of these times, just ask.

Contact Us

You can contact us in a number of ways:

Appointments

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You can book an appointment to see an Advice Zone Adviser online.

You will need to be logged in to UniLife in order to use the booking system.

Book an appointment online

How do I change a module?

Please contact one of the members of staff below:-

  • Nursing and Midwifery students, please contact Eileen Evans
  • Sport, Chiropractic, Police, Social Work, Professional Practice, Health and Social Care students, please contact Gary Llewellyn
  • Geography, Sciences, Biology, Forensic Science, Chemistry students, please contact Tracey Dalton

About Us

Who we are

  • Jenny Smith – Senior Student Adviser
  • Amanda Hollingsworth – Student Adviser
  • Franki Grima – Student Adviser
  • Sarah Atkins – Advice Administrator

We look forward to Meeting you!

Our Service

The Advice Zone is a student centred service which supports students with any issues which have, or have the potential to affect their ability to study. The Advice Team will be here throughout the year to offer general advice and guidance related to studying at the University of South Wales. We will also be able to help identify more specific sources of help and information should it be needed.

The Student Advisers you will meet are very experienced; won’t make decisions for you or make any judgments about your circumstances. They operate within the University’s and Faculty’s regulatory and procedural framework and will ensure you receive the best advice possible within these structures. Your circumstances may be complex and very sensitive, so be assured your meetings are in a safe and confidential environment where you can discuss in as much or as little detail as you’re comfortable with.

So, no matter how straight forward your question may be or if your situation is quite complex call into the Glyntaff Advice Zone for help and support.

Advice Zones: overview

Please see the Advice Zones overview page for links that answer common queries.