On arrival to Sheffield Hallam, you are allocated a named Student Support Adviser (SSA) who will work closely with your Academic Adviser and Employability Adviser to provide a seamless support offer.
Your Student Support Adviser recognises that it isn’t always easy to manage your academic studies alongside day-to-day life, they are here to listen and advise you on a range of issues and advise on other specialist services you can access across the university. The services are all confidential and non-judgemental.
Our team of Student Support Advisers work to a key set of principles and core values and aim to deliver an accessible, inclusive and high-quality support and guidance service to all students.
You can book into see a Student Support Adviser at any time in your student journey.
If you can't find an answer online, you can self-book an appointment with us. You will be able to choose a specific adviser if you prefer to.
If you're still not sure who to speak to, contact Hallam Help. They will help you understand what support is available at the University and how you can access it.
Here at Hallam we have a Sheffield Hallam At Risk Pathway (SHARP) in place which enables us to offer a holistic support offer to students in exceptional circumstances. This includes students who are at risk to themselves and others, and who have complex support needs which cannot be managed through our standard student support model. More information about these processes and how we support students can be found here. We would encourage all students to familiarise themselves with these processes.