*Have you received an email to say you have been withdrawn from your course for non-attendance?
If you have received an email to withdraw you from your course for non-attendance and it was for the period before the 2/5/17, please contact us urgently on email@example.com / 0116 223 1132. You should continue to study and communicate with your department about this matter immediately.
If the email is dated on or after 2/5/17 then please contact your department immediately who will resolve the matter and do continue to study.
It’s not unusual to worry about your academic work during your time at University, or sometimes fall foul of the rules and regulations. Lots of students do, and that’s one of the reasons we created the Education Unit (ED).
Here in ED we provide advice and guidance on a range of different issues and University processes, including:
So, if you’re not coping with your studies for whatever reason, come and talk to one of our friendly advisors, as we're always happy to help. We offer a confidential service to all students, and it’s free.
There are lots of ways you can speak to an Academic Advisor - if you can't pop in to see us, you're a Distance Learner, or you'd prefer to speak to us online, why not try a Skype or Facebook chat appointment? See below for details of how you can get in touch, or if you'd prefer to read up about an issue yourself, on the left you’ll find links to useful information and procedures about academic issues.
Monday to Friday 10:00 – 16:00
We are located on the Upper Ground Floor of the Percy Gee building (above Santander, where the Student Welfare Service used to be).
Contact Us - We try to respond to all enquiries within 2 working days.
Phone 0116 223 1132
Skype ed_ucation1 (We are open for drop ins on Skype between 9 and 10am on Tuesday mornings, or by appointment)
Facebook chat Ed Ucation (We are open for drop ins on Facebook chat between 3.30 and 4.30pm on Wednesday afternoons, or by appointment)
Twitter @ED_ucation (Follow us for regular updates!)