SAUWS provides information, advice, representation and advocacy through a free, confidential, impartial and independent service to all students at UWS.
Click in the links below to find out how we can help you.
Our Advce workers are cross campus and maintain a presence in Ayr, Hamilton & Paisley. They also give support over the phone to students who study at Dumfries, London and who are Distance Learners.
You can also telephone 0141 849 4151 and ask to speak to one of the Advice workers.
The Advice workers work between 10am and 3pm Monday to Friday.
Please Note: if students have meetings with University staff/panels out with these hours then the Advice workers can attend/accommodate.
SAUWS provides information, advice, representation and advocacy through a free, confidential, impartial and independent service to all students at UWS. We have created several documents that are aimed at helping you throughout your time at university.
There is information on how to cope with mental health which you can access here.
We also created an FAQ on assessment that will help with any questions you have on assessments which you can also find here.
First year students will also now be given a grade point average alongside their grade, if you want more information on GPA then you can find an information leaflet here.
Please click here for a Guide to Scots Law in 10 different languages. It has been compiled by New College Lanarkshire for students who are new to Scotland as an introduction.