When you start university you will have what feels like a million things to think about, from finances and accommodation to declaring a disability and organising childcare. To help you stay on top of everything, here are all the people you may need to contact and how to contact them during your time at Leeds Trinity University…
Phone: 01274 586 888
Disability & Dyslexia
Phone: 0113 283 7138
Faith & Spirituality
Phone: 0113 283 7100
Fees & Finance
Phone: 0113 283 7173
The Ireland Wood Medical Practice
Phone: 0113 230 3470.
Student complaints & Academic appeals
Choosing where to live when you start university is a huge decision and one of the most important you will have to make. Most students choose to live either in university-managed accommodation or private student accommodation.
Leeds Trinity University has eight different university-managed properties for their students, all of which range in weekly cost, whether they are catered or self-catered, have an ensuite or a shared bathroom. All properties are on campus and also have fast free Wi-Fi.
To get in touch with the accommodation team you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Balancing studying and childcare is really important for students with children, but to make it a little easier there is a nursery on the Leeds Trinity campus. Cliffe House Day Nursery offers places for children from 3 months old to 5 years old. The nursery is open 7:30 am to 6 pm all year round, and they also have a qualified cook to produce delicious and nutritious meals and snacks.
To get in touch with Cliffe House Day Nursery you can email them at email@example.com or call them on 01274 586 888.
Disability and Dyslexia
Once students start at Leeds Trinity University they are encouraged to declare any disability they may have this could be a long-standing medical condition, physical or mobility difficulties, mental health concerns, or a specific learning difficulty. The university also has an accessible campus and accommodation buildings, including automatic doors, platform lifts for wheelchair users, adapted kitchens and fire alarms.
To get in touch with the disability team you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call them on 0113 283 7138.
Faith & Spirituality
The chaplaincy at Leeds Trinity University is a central part of the university, as the chaplaincy provides a social space for events, prayer and reflection space, a regular worship programme, as well as opportunities for outreach.
To get in touch with the chaplaincy you can email them at email@example.com or call them on 0113 283 7100.
Fees and Finance
Finances can be really stressful for students, but it’s important to remember nearly all students have a low income so it is important to budget. Most students apply for a student loan to help cover their tuition fee and a maintenance loan to cover their rent and living costs.
When students receive their first instalment it can seem like they just won the lottery, but that money has to last them until their next instalment. At Leeds Trinity University they have a student finance team who give students tips on how to budget and manage their money sensibly.
To get in touch with the finance team you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call them on 0113 283 7173.
When you start at Leeds Trinity University it is important to register with a local GP practice and a dentist in your local area. This is so students can get help when they need it, and don’t have to wait and register when they are sick.
Students living on campus with be in the catchment area of The Ireland Wood and Horsforth Medical Practice.
To get in touch with the medical practice you can call them on 0113 230 3470.
Students should also register with a dental practice, one of the closest if the Horsforth Dental Practice.
Leeds is one of the biggest students in the UK, so its no wonder they have students travel from all over the world to study there. Leeds Trinity University is known for its high student satisfaction rates as they are committed to offering every student a personalised experience, which is why they have students come from all over the world to study there.
The international team is available to help international students with their visas, travel, fees, funding, accommodation and their applications. They are committed to helping students right from the applications stage all the way to graduation.
To get in touch with the international team you can email them at email@example.com.
Student complaints and academic appeals
Although Leeds Trinity University does everything to make sure their students have a great experience, sometimes things don’t go to plan and students may wish to make a complaint. This could be about a university facility, accommodation, teaching, another student or even a member of staff.
In order to make complaints students need to fill in the complaints form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students can make an academic appeal against a mark/grade when they have reasonable grounds to do so, such as an administrative error, discrimination/bias, a breach of regulation, or new evidence regarding mitigating circumstances.
To get in touch with the academic appeals team you can email them at email@example.com.
As a student one of the best things you can do with your free time is volunteer, as you not only get to help a good cause, learn new skills and make new friends, you also get to increase your employability and boost your cv. Leeds Trinity University has so many volunteering opportunities available for its students, which they can view on myFuture.
To get in touch with the volunteering team you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At Leeds Trinity University they have a mental health and wellbeing service available to provide students with support and advice during their time at university. They also offer students free online support through Togetherall, an online anonymous self-help programme that is available 24/7. The service also offers students with counselling and have appointments available for them to book.
To get in touch with the student wellbeing team you message them through the university app or you can email them at email@example.com.