- Literacy skills
- Information skills
- Maths and statistics skills
- IT skills
- Disability support
- Counselling support
The English Language Centre offers a free one-to-one consultation service available to all Durham students. Through this service you can meet with an English Language Centre tutor to discuss a particular piece of written work or a specific difficulty relating to any aspect of your language performance, including issues of structure, argumentation, integration of literature, synthesising from multiple sources and expressing a personal voice while remaining appropriately academic.
The Library Help and Information desks are staffed by trained and experienced Library staff who will help you to find the right source of information for your needs or refer you to specialist staff. In addition, the Academic Liaison Librarian, who you will meet at your departmental library induction session, will be available throughout your time at Durham to help you find resources for your subject.
Maths and Stats Lab drop-in sessions
The Maths and Stats Lab team of experienced mathematicians can provide one-to-one help with any mathematics or statistics based problems. The drop-in sessions (Durham) and bookable consultations (Queen's campus) are open to undergraduates and postgraduates during term time. During holidays, consultations can be booked: email@example.com .
- Maths & Stats Lab Michaelmas 2017 (last modified: 3 October 2017)
The IT Service Desk is your first point of contact for all requests, queries and issues (faults or problems) concerning University provided IT facilities and services.
You can contact the IT Service Desk in a number of ways:
- Complete an online form
- Call on Ext.: 41515 or 0191 334 1515.
- In person at either the Durham IT Service Desk in Bill Bryson Library (2nd floor), Science Site (between 09:00 and 17:00, Monday to Friday) or in the Queens Campus Library in the Ebsworth Building (between 09:00 - 13:00 and 14:00 - 16:45, each weekday, during term time only).
If you have any queries regarding disability, specific learning difficulties (SpLDs), mental health problems, medical conditions or any other issues, the Disability Support Service actively encourage you to contact their specialist team. Their friendly advisers are willing to discuss, in confidence, any concerns you may have.
The Counselling Service is here to enable you to become more effective in your life and overcome barriers to achieving your full potential.
Students' Union Advice Centre
The Union's advice and help service provides free, friendly and independent advice and information to all Durham University students. Staffed by a team of professional and experienced advisers, we cover all main areas of student concerns including money, housing and academic issues. The service is based in Dunelm House and is open year round. A service is also provided in Queen's Campus. For appointments or advice, contact 0191 3341777 or firstname.lastname@example.org