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Student Services Centre

Visit the Student Services Centre (SSC) to access a range of services and advice, including admissions, registration, fees, financial support, course choice, exams, results and graduation.

A student at the Student Services Centre

To learn more about teams within the SSC, visit Who's who in the Student Services Centre.

MPhil/PhD and visiting research students should visit the PhD Academy for advice and guidance.

General enquiries

The SSC is open Monday - Friday, 11am-4pm  unless otherwise advertised. 
Changes to our opening times are listed below.

Members of the Advice and Reception Team and Registry staff the SSC Counter during opening hours and act as the first point of contact for advice on a wide range of general enquiries.

You will be asked to present your Student ID card or another official form of photo ID (ie, passport or driver's license) when collecting documents or accessing services. 

Services offered at the SSC counter

  • Answering of general enquiries relating to a student's own record              
  • Answering of basic enquiries from prospective applicants to LSE or signpost to Student Recruitment or the relevant admissions office              
  • Authentication of the Certificates of Registration (registered students can print these from LSE for You).
  • Printing Certificates of Registration (for opening a Bank Account, applying for Council Tax exemption, applying for a Schengen visa, etc) and Module Certificates              
  • Collection of transcripts and other requested documents              
  • Collection of student loan, scholarship and hardship loan cheques              
  • Collection of replacement Student ID Cards which have been ordered online              
  • Drop-in services for the Fees Office, Financial Support Office, Graduate Admissions Offices and for the International Student Immigration Service (ISIS).              

All students must show their LSE ID in order to collect a document or cheque.

Services we are unable to offer at the SSC counter

  • Administration of NUS Extra and student Oyster cards. These are looked after by the Students' Union in the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre.              
  • Production of reference letters. These should normally be requested from your Academic Adviser or supervisor.              
  • Advice on housing, council tax or employment. Visit the Students' Union Advice and Support Service in the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre.              
  • Certification of non-LSE documents. The Post Office provide certain identity-checking services.              
  • We do not give out personal information about any of our students without written authorisation from the student themselves (as per the Data Protection Act 1998, see Data Protection).

Specialist assistance

Specialist advice services hold designated drop-in sessions:

  • The International Student Immigration Service
  • Financial Support Office
  • Fees Office
  • Graduate Admissions

Any alterations to the published drop-in times will be communicated on our twitter feed: @LSE_SSC

Changes to SSC Opening Hours

Planned staff training:  We will be closed all day on Friday 22 July 2016

Summer Bank Holiday: We will be closed all day Monday 29 August 2016

Dropping off documents

Documents or forms to be submitted to the SSC

These can be left in the general drop-box located along the wall with the pictures of Nobel Prize winners. Look for the black drop-box signs.

Documents, forms or fee payments (by cheque) to be submitted to the Fees Office

These can be left in the fees drop-box also located along the wall with the pictures of Nobel Prize Winners. Look for the yellow drop-box signs.

All drop boxes are emptied once daily on weekdays. 

What we expect from our students

SSC staff are committed to offering our students a high-quality service and we will do all we can to help you in a polite and friendly manner. In return we also expect to be treated with respect and courtesy.            

If you have a problem that you do not feel has been dealt with correctly, please ask to speak to a manager.

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