Take advantage of the on-campus services Take advantage of the on-campus services

UEA is a mini city providing many of the facilities and services you need, right here on campus…

Careers Centre

The Careers Service at CareerCentral provides impartial information, advice, support and guidance for undergraduates, graduates, post graduates, researchers, staff, researchers and employers, covering everything from further study to professional training and regular careers fairs and workshops.

Catering facilities

Restaurant facilities on campus provide everything from a simple coffee and sandwich to a full meal at eateries Blend, Zest, Vista, Café Direct and the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts Gallery Cafe. Fresh, locally sourced and Fairtrade ingredients are encouraged and used wherever possible.

Multifaith Centre

The Multifaith Centre provides a centre for quiet reflection, worship and conversation between students and staff of all faiths or none. Facilities include a large Common Room with easy chairs and a kitchen, a Quiet Room for individuals or small groups to spend time in contemplation or prayer, and a large Meeting Room for group meetings and religious services.

Counselling

The University Counselling Service aims to enable students to achieve their academic and personal goals by providing confidential counselling and support for any difficulties encountered while at UEA. A confidential service for staff is also offered for those looking for assistance with personal or work related problems.

Disabled facilities

The campus is generally accessible although wheelchair users sometimes have to take an alternative route. 

IT and Computing

As well as the 24-hour IT centre based in the Library, there are a range of study spaces and teaching labs in the IT and Computing Service (ITCS) building and elsewhere on campus.

Specialist equipment such as scanners, colour printers and work stations specially equipped to meet the needs of users with mobility problems or visual impairment are also offered.

Library

The campus library contains more than 800,000 books and journals, as well as extensive collections of specialist materials. 15,000 new titles are added to its stock each year.

Medical Centre

The purpose-built campus Medical Centre provides a full range of medical services for students who register as patients.

UEA Dental Practice

The University Dental Practice offer NHS dental treatment to UEA students and staff and their immediate families.

Nursery

The University's on-site nursery enjoys an excellent reputation among parents and OFSTED inspectors alike. Caring and qualified staff provide a range of stimulating activities in purpose-built premises with superb facilities for babies and children from six weeks to school age.

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts

The Sainsbury Centre is an inspirational public art museum at the University of East Anglia. The Norman Foster building houses the Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection comprising modern work by artists such as Henry Moore, John Davies, Alberto Giacometti and Francis Bacon, as well as art from Africa, the Pacific, the Americas, Asia, Egypt, medieval Europe and the ancient Mediterranean.

Shops

The UEA campus is home to a variety of shops, including a Post Office, food store and stationers under one roof, known locally as "The Shop", Waterstones book shop and pharmacy and food store. Other facilities on campus include a bank and 24-hour laundrette.

Student Union

The UEA Student Union runs the prestigious LCR and Waterfront venues, as well as many other commercial enterprises on campus including the £1.2 million recently refurbished Union Pub and Bar, Unio, the Scholars Bar, and a variety of eateries, cafes and shops.

Nightline

This is a confidential listening service funded by the Union and run by UEA students for students. You can call at any time between 8pm-8am if you are feeling lonely, worried or just want someone to talk to. 

Phone 01603 503504 / Text 07794924366.