We are committed to ensuring that every student feels a sense of belonging at Union, and that student support and wellbeing services are available to each student.
A personal tutoring scheme is available to all students and there is access to disability support through the College’s Disability Officer. On-campus students also have access to the Presbyterian Chaplaincy Team and to counselling and wellbeing services through Inspire Student Wellbeing counselling services.
As a student of Union, your voice is important to us to enable us to maintain and enhance the quality of what we offer. There are various ways in which you can make your voice heard.
At the daily coffee time, students and staff interact informally, building good working relationships. More formally, students also partner with the College in the delivery of their education: you have a voice and there are various ways to make it heard. Your representatives serve as members of the General Student Council and the Ministerial Students’ Council and also participate in various College committees and forums.
Individually, you are given opportunity towards the end of every module to comment on both the module and the tutor, while in second semester each year your views are canvassed in our annual student survey. In all these ways, the student voice helps the College to enhance the student experience.