University Support
Student Services 
Campus Life. Student Support aim to provide integrated, professional, student-centred services which offer information, advice, guidance and support to enable every student to develop and achieve their full potential.
Disability Office
Amongst other valuable information you will find a list of the Disability Link Tutors for each college.
Student Union
Although SU Student Union is essentially for students, it is good to know who they help
so that you can guide your students accordingly.
Advice & Support Centre
Library Support
Information Services and Systems at Swansea University aims to provide equal access to resources for all our customers. This web page describes the services available in the library for customers who require extra library support.
Assistive Technology
Academic Support programme
The Academic Success Programme (ASP)is designed to help students maximise their potential at university, irrespective of their starting point.
Transcription Centre
The SUTC can provide advice to lecturers on making their course material accessible to students who are blind or have visual impairments and cognitive print disabilities. The Centre liaises closely with teaching staff to ensure students have their transcription in time for lectures and assignment deadlines. 
Human Resources
HR webpages provide useful information including job vacancies, policies and procedures, salary and pensions, advice and support to ensure equality of opportunity and staff development.
Athena Swan
Equal Opportunities
Protected Characteristics
MandyJack-Swansea University Support
Student Wellbeing  
Helps promote students own wellbeing during their studies through a range of therapeutic approaches. 
University Governance    
Centre for Academic Success 

Provides an inclusive environment where everyone is supported and encouraged to perform to their maximum potential.

Swansea Academy of Inclusivity and Learner Success works to embed inclusivity across the University to enable access and ensure that all, including potential, students, whatever their educational, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds and/or protected characteristics, have the opportunity and support to progress in higher education.  Find information about SAILS, including resources for staff.
Some links are broken due to the transition to the new website
Swansea Employability Academy SEA

Helping our students to be fully equipped for the world of work when they leave us.