Sir David Bell has opened the University’s first new Support Centre

Sir David Bell cuts the ribbon to open the Centre
Sir David Bell cuts the ribbon to open the Centre

Sir David Bell visited the University of Reading’s London Road campus on 15 September to officially open the first of the new Support Centres at the University of Reading.

Support Centres will be opening across the University as part of Reading’s commitment to enhancing the student experience. They will provide a first port of call for students, with advice from knowledgeable and friendly support staff during teaching hours.

The occasion was a happy one, with the sun shining to mark the event. The campus looked beautiful as always, still wearing its fresh green summer colours on such a beautiful Autumn day.

Sir David Bell (centre) with (L to R): Susanna McFeely, Support Centre Manager; Andrea Cheshire, Director of Student & Applicant Services; Dr Cathy Tissot, Head of the Institute of Education; and Professor Gavin Brooks, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Teaching and Learning).
Sir David Bell (centre) with (L to R): Susanna McFeely, Support Centre Manager; Andrea Cheshire, Director of Student & Applicant Services; Dr Cathy Tissot, Head of the Institute of Education; and Professor Gavin Brooks, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Teaching and Learning).

 

 

 

 

 

Student Support Centre
Building L16
London Road Campus

University of Reading
Enquiries: 0118 378 2611

 

 

Posts created 257

Related Posts

Begin typing your search term above and press enter to search. Press ESC to cancel.

Back To Top