Running out of money? Come and talk to Student Advice

For students who start their academic year in September, it is a long wait until the next instalment of student finance will drop on April 27th.

If you’re worried about having enough money to cover 2 months rent, or saving money for a deposit for somewhere new to live in September, come and talk to a Student Adviser. We can talk through your options and  help you make a plan you can stick to.

One of those options might be to make an application to the university’s Student Support Fund. If it is, you need to be aware of some important dates and deadlines:

If you submit a complete application with all the required documents on or before Monday 9th March, we guarantee that your application will be processed and any payment due to you will be paid on or before Thursday 2nd April, which is the penultimate day of term. You can submit an application and have it checked at any of the Student Centres at City, Falmer or Eastbourne campus or at the Student Advice Service office in Tithe Barn, Moulsecoomb campus.

If you just want to have a chat about your funding, budgeting or anything else, we’re here for you so don’t sit on any money worries you might have.

And finally, keep an eye out  for more information about our Money Week campaign later this month

Student Advice Service

 

Helen is the Student Advice Service Manager within Student Services and is based in Tithe Barn on the Moulsecoomb campus

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