LSU Advice provides independent, confidential and non-judgemental advice for taught students and doctoral researchers at both the Loughborough and London campus.

We have a team of 4 specially trained advisors who can support students through difficult times with their studies and advise on both informal and informal ways forward.
We have offices on the 1st floor of the Loughborough Students’ Union building and the 2nd floor of the Loughborough University London building. We provide advice primarily via email but in person, phone and Skype appointments can be arranged as needed.


If you require advice from us, please email with as much detail as possible, your name and b number and we will be happy to help as soon as we can.


We are happy to answer any questions you have and support you through a variety of University processes including academic misconduct, appealing results, disciplinary and car parking offences, mitigating circumstances or if you want to make a complaint to or about the University.

We can also advise and support Loughborough College students and you can find the College regulations here

We can help you to understand University policies and regulations, to know your rights, to draft any emails or letters required, and where necessary attending meetings with you. 

Please note, we are not able to advise on student vs student conflicts or Students' Union disciplinaries or complaints.

email for loughborough students (including college) -

Email for London students -

If you feel you need to speak to someone in person or on the phone then please request an appointment with us and we will do our best to accommodate. To do so, please email us with an overview of your enquiry, any documents that are relevant and also your availability. Appointments will normally last no longer than 30 minutes. If you believe that you will require more time than this, please let us know. 

We provide advice in good faith, based on the information available to us. As such students are advised that when contacting us, that they include/attach all relevant information. Students are responsible for their own decisions based on the advice provided.

If you are contacting us, please can you provide us with the following information:

  • Your name and Student ID
  • Name of your course
  • Year and mode of study
  • Email address

Please note that by contacting us for advice we will open a confidential case file for you and record your personal information, details of your enquiry and any advice given. Information such as your course, reason for complaint and so on may be used for statistical purposes only and will not identify you when compiling reports. Your details will be recorded and stored securely, usually for the duration of your studies plus one year. If you do not agree that the details of your case can be recorded and stored by us, please let us know. Unless in an emergency situation, personal information will not be shared with anyone outside of the service unless we have your authority; this includes the University.

We are members of AdviceUK ( and administer our advice service using Advice Pro ( You can find out more about our approach to data and privacy in the LSU Privacy Policy (

If at any point, you are not happy with the service you are receiving from your advisor, you are entitled to make an appointment to see the Head of Advice & Academic Representation to discuss your concerns.

LSU Advice reserves the right to withdraw partial or all services in instances where a student's actions are deemed as inappropriate or threatening in nature.

We welcome feedback at any stage of advising you, if you’d like to let us know what we’ve done well or what we could be doing better, please use our anonymous form here: