You can contact the student counsellor about matters not directly related to the content of your degree programme. The student counsellor provides support, advice and information about regulations. Discussions with a student counsellor are confidential.
Student counsellors offer support with cross-study questions and problems. They help you with problems in which various regulations and legal provisions play a role. You can think of registration and deregistration issues, DUO facilities, urgent housing, assistance with applying for the Profile Fund and other financial provisions.
Student counsellors can also advise you on submitting complaints and on objection and appeal procedures. In addition, they organize activities for different groups of students such as: students with ASD, studying parents, top athletes and other talent, students from the Caribbean, long-term students, informal carers and finally students-4-students.
You can make an appointment using the blue button on the top of this page. Consultations are confidential and free of charge. An appointment with the student counsellor usually lasts half an hour and can take place on campus or online via video call.