On this page:
- University of Chichester Hardship Fund
- Emergency loans
- Financial hardship
- Maintenance grants
- Tuition fees and tuition fee loan
The University of Chichester runs two hardship funds: one for home students in receipt of full Student Finance funding; and one for EU and local island students who are either in receipt of a tuition fee loan from Student Finance England or are resident of a local island e.g. Guernsey or Jersey.
You can apply for the Hardship Fund from your ChiView page in the 'Finance Links' section which has a tile called 'Hardship Fund Application':
Applications in document form can also be downloaded from the following links - please note there is a different form for students with dependents:
If you have any questions about the Hardship Funds please contact the Student Money Advice Service.
An emergency loan may be available if your funding has been delayed or there is an unexpected financial crisis. For eligibility and our terms and conditions, please see our Short-Term Emergency Loans Policy here:
You can apply for an emergency loan from your ChiView page - there is a section of tiles called 'Finance Links' which include a tile for an 'Emergency Loan Application'.
If you do not see this tile on your ChiView page it is possible you are not eligible. If this is the case, please make an appointment to see a Student Money Adviser for advice.
If you have any questions about emergency loans, please also contact the Student Money Advice Service.
The Chichester Bursary is available to all full time undergraduate students with a household income of £25,000 or less.
For further information around eligibility or any queries, contact the Student Money Advice Service.
If you are worried about debt then please contact the Student Money Advice Service.
Alternatively, you can contact:
- StepChange - providing support, advice, and practical solutions to dealing with debt
- National Debtline - advice on how to deal with debt problems
If you are in financial hardship or worried about money, please book an appointment to see a Student Money Adviser. They administer the University Hardship Fund, can offer emergency loans where required, and help with budgeting and money management.
There are foodbanks in Chichester and Bognor Regis. If you feel that you would benefit from a foodbank voucher, please book an appointment to see a Student Money Adviser. They can also try and source a voucher for another foodbank if you are not in the local area.
The University doesn’t offer any in-house grants.
If you have any questions about your maintenance grant or other Student Finance grant, please contact your Student Finance provider e.g. SFE/SFW/SFNI/SAAS
If you want to check you have had all the funding you are entitled to, please contact the Student Money Advice Service.
If you have any questions about your maintenance grant, in the first instance, contact your Student Finance provider e.g. SFE/SFW/SFNI/SAAS
If you are still unsure about something then please book an appointment to see a Student Money Adviser. Make sure to bring your Student Finance account details to the appointment.
If you have any questions about how to pay your tuition fees, please contact the University's Finance Department: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students can apply for a tuition fee loan to cover the cost of their course at University. To discuss eligibility for this, please contact the Student Money Advice Service.
If you have received an invoice from the University about your tuition fee but you thought it was being paid for by a Student Finance provider then book an appointment to see a member of the Student Money Advice team.
More information about tuition fees is available on the University's website.