Student Welfare Adviser

The Student Welfare Adviser provides information, advice and guidance for prospective and current students on a wide range of practical and personal issues.

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Debt

If you are struggling to keep up with payments to creditors then you may want to get help to manage...

Domestic Abuse

What is Domestic Abuse? Women’s Aid defines domestic abuse  as ‘an incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive, threatening, degrading...

Educational Trusts & Charities

If you are struggling financially there may also be additional charitable funding for your education or training for which you...

FAQ

Are full time students exempt from paying council tax? If you are a full time student you could be exempt...

Forced Marriage

What is Forced Marriage? Forced marriage is when you face physical pressure to marry (for example threats, physical violence or...

Health Benefits

If you are under 19 and studying full-time you can still get free health benefits, e.g. prescriptions and dental treatment....

Money Management

When you begin as a new student at Newman University you may have had little experience of money management. Remember...

Sexual Health

If you are sexually active it is a good idea to take responsibility for your sexual health and go for...

Student Parents

Many students combine their studies at university with having a family. Whether you already have a child or are about...

Welfare Benefits

The majority of full time students are not eligible for means tested benefits.  However, the following groups of students may be entitled:...

What can The Welfare Adviser help me with?

Most of our work is about helping you with your rights and entitlements, including: Planning a budget, money management Dealing...