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Section 7

The services we offer

Section 7 of the Scheme sets out the following:

  • Prospectus
  • Services for outside bodies
  • Course Content
  • Course Fees
  • Funding, such as grants and bursaries available to students from the University
  • Services for which the University is entitled to recover a fee [including the fee]
  • Welfare and Counselling​
  • Health including medical services
  • Careers
  • Chaplaincy Services
  • Sports and recreational facilities
  • Museums, libraries, special collections and archives

7.1  Prospectus

The University publishes a Prospectus in the Spring of each year to give applicants as much time as possible to select their preferred programme. 

Enquiries can be made to:

Admissions                           00 44 (0) 1243 816002                    admissions@chi.ac.uk

Reception                              00 44 (0) 1243 816000                   help@chi.ac.uk

Or contact the Academic Department for the programme you are interested in – see website www.chi.ac.uk for details.

7.2           Services for outside bodies

The University can provide a wide range of services for outside bodies, some of which are detailed below:

7.2.1      Services for Business and Organisations

The Business School can provide support for small and medium size businesses in the region through bespoke advice, training and development, consultancy and long term support. The University’s Bognor Regis Campus can provide hatchery or incubator units for start-ups with associated support in the critical early development of new businesses. Contact: thedec@chi.ac.uk, business@chi.ac.uk

7.2.2      Services for Clients

The Conference Office is able to provide a wide range of facilities for clients in respect of day and residential conferences and events. Contact: conference@chi.ac.uk

7.2.3      Academies

The University of Chichester has established the University of Chichester Academy Trust, a Multi-Academy Trust with an eclectic, cross-phase family of schools with the common aim of continuous school improvement through challenge, collaboration and support. Contact: r.jones@chi.ac.uk.

The Otter Gallery is located on the Bishop Otter Campus and holds an interesting collection of art works, including ceramics, from the second half of the 20th Century (The Bishop Otter Collection) together with the University’s Collection and the Charles Wollaston Collection.

7.3 Course Content

The University publishes a Prospectus in the Spring of each year. 

7.4 Course Fees

Our Finance department operates an annual tuition fee schedule which can be viewed here.

7.5 Funding: Grants and Bursaries

The Student Money Advice Service offers information, advice and guidance on all aspects of student finance and funding. For more information and enquiries please follow these links:

Access and Outreach

Funding and Money Advice

7.6 Services for which the University is entitled to recover a fee

  • Student Accommodation and catering
  • Replacement ID cards / keys
  • Field trips
  • CRB checks
  • Overdue / lost library books
  • Accommodation damages / lockouts
  • Data Protection requests
  • Car parking
  • Bus tickets
  • Debt Collection charges
  • Additional music lessons
  • Conference activities, accommodation and catering
  • Services to businesses and organisations

7.7 Welfare and Counselling

Staff within the University’s Student Support and Wellbeing Department are located on each Campus; the Department includes:

  • Disability and Dyslexia Support Services
  • Student Money Advice Service
  • International Students Advisory Service
  • Counselling service

7.8 Health including medical services

Advice for students on physical and mental health is provided within the Student Support and Wellbeing Department.  There is a health centre on each Campus which has a Mental Health Advisor and Student Health Nurses. Additionally students may register with a local Doctor’s surgery.

7.9 Careers and Employability

The Careers & Employability Service (CES) provides a comprehensive careers information, education and careers guidance service, through a structured, integrated and progressive programme of both individual and group work to support students throughout their studies. To facilitate their transition into employment CES provides a range of opportunities to support students to gain placements, internships, volunteering experience and part time employment.

7.10 Chaplaincy Services

The University of Chichester has a Church of England Foundation. The Chaplaincy, led by the Revd John Dane, is for the benefit of all students and staff, those of all faiths and of none. The Chaplain provides services in the Chapel of the Ascension, located on the Bishop Otter Campus, but also conducts outreach work with local parishes and educational organisations as well as ensuring facilities for those of other faiths.

7.11 Sports and recreational facilities

The Tudor Hale Centre For Sport is our University flagship facility for our students, staff and community performance, recreation and fitness needs. The centre incorporates the brand new Fitness Suite equipped with state of the art Life Fitness Equipment and our Fitness Studio in addition to a 4 badminton court sized Sports Hall.

On the Chichester Campus we also operate our new Sports Dome which houses 4 indoor tennis courts and 3 netball or Futsal courts.

7.12 Museums, libraries, special collections and archives

The University has a Learning Resource Centre(LRC) on each Campus; both provide a central point for staff and students with access to central services, the library and IT facilities as well as social space for students and staff to meet and work together. The University is privileged to hold a number of special collections in its Libraries, including: The Anita White Archive, Ted Walker Archive, Sean McCarthy Theatre Archive, John Fines History and Education Collection, Gerard Young Collection, Bishop Kemp Collection and Chichester Theological College Collection.

The Otter Gallery is located on the Bishop Otter Campus and holds an interesting collection of art works, including ceramics, from the second half of the 20th Century (The Bishop Otter Collection) together with the University’s Collection and the Charles Wollaston Collection.