Students studying at the Fife Campus are able to access all of the University's support services. Some services have regular drop in sessions or appointments available at the Fife Campus. Fife based students can also access support services in Dundee, on the main campus, if they wish to. Further information about services offered are at the links below. Click to see when support services are on campus
They can help you with a wide range of issues and problems and can refer, if necessary, to other specialist services, within and outside of the university.
Support meetings with students take place in the Enquiry Centre. For students studying at the Fife Campus appointments may be made at the Fife Campus by arrangement. Teams video call and telephone appointments can also be made.
You can contact the Student Support Team for an appointment by filling in the online form here: Student Support Team
The Library is located on the first floor of Fife Campus it hosts a wide variety of books and journals in both hard copy and e-formats. Although most stock is nursing and healthcare related, there is a selection of psychology, sociology, student study skills guides and fiction also.
University Counselling Service
The Dundee University Student Funding Unit provides financial advice and guidance to all students. To find out more about the services on offer, visit their website. Or you can book an appointment, pop in, call or email:
Opening Hours: Monday - Friday, 10:00 - 16:00
Tel: +44 (0)1382 384801
Where to find us:
The University Careers Service provides advice and guidance, has a range of workshops, organises careers fairs and employer events, can help you to access jobs and work experience and recognise your skills through our fantastic Dundee Plus Award.
The Student Representative Council is one of the oldest student bodies at the University of Dundee and has been responsible for raising the student voice on campus since the University was founded.
The SRC meets 4 times each semester to discuss issues that matter to our students and develop solutions and answers to big questions on campus. You can attend any of their meetings held in DUSA, The Union’s meeting rooms on level 4 and watch the motions in discussion.
Peer Connections is the University's welcoming, buddying and mentoring scheme to help all students settle in, show you around, meet, mix and share information and experience with other students. Buddy groups are offered to all incoming exchange students by Peer Connections. Individual mentoring for new students is also offered. Find out more and sign up for a buddy/mentor online.