The Students' Association offers support through it's advocacy service, particularly for education and accommodation issues. The University, through Student Services, also helps students with a huge range of issues.
The Students' Association delivers a wide range of support services to students to help them during times of need while at University. We collaborate heavily with the University's Student Services on a number of issues, support student-led services like Nightline, and run a number of resources and service in our own right.
We have two members of staff who work in our Advice Centre on the midddle floor of the Students' Assocation, our Education Advocate and the Accommodation Advocate who can both assist students through any problems that may arise in relation to those topics.
We also provide a number of resources for students. Any student can find free condoms, lube, and attack alarms within the Students' Association. We also provide support pamphlets around welcoming students to St Andrews, drink spiking, and Raisin Weekend.