A central point of contact is the Student Wellbeing and Disability Support team which offers professional and confidential advice and guidance to help students navigate their time at Cranfield and access the right resources.

For many people, university is a place to make lifetime friends, gain a wealth of experience, strengthen your academic education and enhance your skills to take your career to the next level. It may be daunting to start with, but there is plenty of help and support available to you. The most important thing is to seek information, advice or support whenever you need it.

Everyone needs help sometimes; our Student Advisors and Learning Support Officers are on hand to help you work through any difficulties, no matter how big or small they may seem. They provide an integrated, professional, student-centred service which offers information, advice, guidance and support to enable you to develop and achieve your full potential.

Cranfield Students' Association

The Cranfield Students' Association (CSA) represents all Cranfield University students. It is run by a team of elected students and a small team of staff, overseen by independent Trustees. Representation and promotion of the student voice are at the heart of the CSA's objectives, and many opportunities are provided for students to express their opinions on their Cranfield experience.

The CSA is a registered charity, and all income is used for the benefit of Cranfield students. This includes students welfare, the organisation of social and cultural events and support for societies and sports clubs. 

CSA (Shrivenham) takes part in induction and graduation, organises trips and social events, and supports the sale of University merchandise. 

CSA (Cranfield) provides a varied social programme, including discos, live entertainment, trips and family-oriented events. It runs a bar, café and shop.

More information about CSA activities can be found on the web page.