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The Office of Student Affairs seizes every opportunity and dedicates itself to provide and support the NUS student community in all aspects of student life outside of the classroom, including student services, housing admission and residential life, student organisations, student leaders’ training, community engagement, integration and service learning, student support and wellness, as well as disability support.
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· The University Health Centre (UHC) provides a wide range of primary care services. From routine health examinations to managing acute and chronic illnesses, our team of physicians and healthcare staff are here to attend to your medical needs. Should you require specialist assistance, we coordinate your care with established specialists attending to your specific needs.
· The Student Wellness team is a unit of the Office of Student Affairs that supports students’ well-being as you navigate your way through your journey in NUS. The team is delighted to be there to help equip you with self-care management tips, support your emotional needs or lend a listening ear.
A student’s experience isn’t only determined by the quality of the academic learning and interaction with faculty members. Amenities and services ranging from food courts, bookshops, pharmacy and many more essential facilities are located around campus, making life on campus convenient for students, residents and guests. NUS is also well connected by public transport via trains and buses.
· Maximise your potential and be all you can be outside classroom. Whether it is culture, music, research, adventure or something else that you seek, a thriving, vibrant community of more than 200 student clubs and organisations await you.
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