There are lots of services, resources and websites that you can access if you are ever in need of some support. Click on the links below to find out more:
LSE Counselling Service
- All students can access this service for mental health difficulties, bereavement, personal problems and more.
- Academic support, workshops and resources
LSESU Advice Service
- Advice on LSE procedures including exceptional circumstances, complaints, academic misconduct or study-related options (e.g. interupting, defferal etc.)
- Extracurricular activities and opportunities to connect with other students
- 24/7 telephone support for mental health, personal difficulties etc.
LSESU Front of House
- General enquiries and information about LSESU, including our campaigns, services etc.
What is the SU’s stance on tuition fees?
Our Sabbatical Officers are leading on a national campaign for compensation for students. You can find out how to get involved via the website www.lsesu.com/suaf.
How can I start my own campaign/get the SU to campaign on a particular matter?
Head over to our website to find out about our campaigns support and Union General Meetings You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
I have feedback about my experience at LSE. Who can I raise this with?
You can reach out to your academic representative (see separate document) or email firstname.lastname@example.org and they can make sure it gets to the right person.
When will I have information about my summer exams?
Exams will all be online however the School is working on their approach and we believe this will be communicated in March. Our Sabbatical Officers will be working closely with the School to ensure students are put first.