There are many outlets for student support at Lund University. Here you will find information about the different University-wide support activities, so that you as an employee can refer students to the appropriate outlet and help facilitate the support they need.
Student Health Centre
The employees at the Student Health Centre focus a lot of their work on student welfare, usually through limited treatment initiatives.
Academic Support Centre
The Academic Support Centre offers free individual and group consultations in study techniques and academic writing.
Learning support for students with disabilities
Students with disabilities who need additional support during their studies can contact Disability Support Services.
Lund University offers both general study guidance for the entire University and specialised study guidance at the different departments.
Careers services centres can be found at several faculties at Lund University. Together with Lund University’s job and careers portal, MyCareer.lu.se, these centres serve as a link between studies and work.
The student reception is located at Stora Algatan 4, and includes the Study Information Centre and International Desk. Here students can get information about e.g. courses and programmes, studies and student activities, and help with contacting appropriate persons.
Supplemental Instruction (SI) mentors
Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a tutoring programme, in which experienced students mentor new students in a group setting, by giving them the tools they need to solve problems and manage their studies. Students who wish to become a SI mentor need to first undergo SI training, and continue to be tutored and coached throughout their SI mentorship.
SI activities at Lund University are operated by the North European Centre for SI-PASS. If you are interested in starting SI-PASS activities at your department, please contact si-pass [at] stu [dot] lu [dot] se.
Other support activities
In addition to student support, Lund University conducts follow-up work and evaluations. This work aims to facilitate learning about study problems at an early stage, and thereby offer better support.