What should I do for a student with money problems?
The online student handbook section on student financial support has a comprehensive list of the various sources of funding available to students.
The Dean of Students (Welfare) can authorise an emergency loan of up to £300 for students who are suffering from a cash-flow problem. To get the loan, they will have to make an appointment to see the Dean in person. The Students' Union Rights & Advice Centre also has a small loan fund if you need more than is available from the Dean.
The student hardship funds can make small (up to £1,000) contributions towards maintenance where as a result of unforeseen circumstances your original funding plan has suffered.
Don't lend money or offer temporary accommodation, no matter how compelling the circumstances.
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