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All Wrexham Glyndwr students are allocated a personal tutor when they enrol, who will be on hand to support students. In addition, students can access extra support with developing their study skills, either through one-to-one appointments with academic skills tutors or through attending the regularly held workshops on academic writing, note-taking, exam preparation, presentation skills, and time management.
The university’s Digital Learning Facilitators also run drop-in sessions where students can develop their digital skills. Students with physical or learning difficulties can find dedicated support, access to specialist equipment and have reasonable adjustments made for assignments.
To support students’ wellbeing, the university has a dedicated team of Counsellors and Mental Health Advisors who provide free, confidential, and non-judgemental therapy sessions where students can explore their issues and learn ways of coping with and finding solutions to their issues. Alternatively, the university has a chaplaincy service, which offers a ‘listening ear’ to all students regardless of their faith.
In addition, the university offers dedicated support to students who are coming to university having spent time in the care system, including advice and guidance on transitioning to university and access to financial and accommodation support. For students who are also parents, there is an on-site nursery for children aged three months to five years.