Tiana Holgate - Welfare & Campaigns Officer
Tiana is the elected Welfare & Campaigns Officer of the Students' Union. She chairs the Welfare Exec and is a member of the Board of Trustees.
CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK UPDATE: the Advice Centre is still open and offering a virtual service to students. Please email email@example.com in the first instance or use our online enquiry form to contact us - a member of our team will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible during weekday working hours!
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COVID19 - Academic Impact
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COVID19 - Health and Wellbeing
The SU Advice Centre Team is extremely experienced and will try to help you resolve your problem or find the right person to talk to. The service is provided free to all students of Warwick University and is confidential, impartial and non-judgmental. We are also independent of the University.
The Students’ Union Advice Centre is staffed by professional advisors, and we work closely with the Welfare Officer, the Education Officer and the Postgraduate Officer. We are able to give practical advice or signposting on most enquiries, which tend to fall into the following categories:
- Personal issues
- Housing (e.g. finding accommodation or complaining about its condition)
- Course-related problems
- Funding and finances
- Immigration issues
- Complaints & disciplinary proceedings with the University.
Our Advice pages have information on these and other issues, but if you are unable to find the answer to your particular problem or would like to talk to an advisor, please contact us and we will do our best to help you.
If you want to contact the SU Advice Centre, you can do so by email, telephone or by visiting us in person. To guarantee an appointment it is always better to contact us first and arrange one, but if you come to the Advice Centre we will do our best to see you as soon as we can. Appointments can be in person, by telephone or Skype.