Students’ Union Advice Centre

University life can throw up all sorts of interesting situations and challenges. Sometimes you may not know exactly what to do about one of these challenging situations and may want some advice. That’s what the Students’ Union Advice Centre is there for. The Students’ Union Advice Centre currently employs three Advisers dedicated to providing all students with free, confidential, independent and accurate advice.

Connie Craig / Financial Adviser
Connie advises on grants, loans, fees, Support/Hardship Funds, the financial aspects of repeating years and course changes, Social Security Benefits and other general financial issues.
T: 028 9097 1049

Agnes Crawford / Education and Welfare Adviser
Agnes advises on accommodation, including Queen’s accommodation, private landlords, deposits, repairs, checking leases/contracts. Agnes also covers academic issues, including representation at Progress Committees, complaints and appeals.
T: 029 9097 1135

Debbie Forsey / Money Management Adviser
Debbie advises on debt, this includes overdrafts, credit cards, loan agreements, arrears of payments, negotiating with creditors and any other debt issues. Guidance on budgeting and
money management is available and students do not need to be in a ‘crisis situation’ in order to seek advice.
T: 028 9097 1166