SoC’s Student Life team aims to foster student success by providing students with access to broader experiences that would provide them with a balanced university life both within and beyond the classroom.

Student Life activities would encompass activities that fall outside the curriculum that would help with the development of students into well-rounded individuals. The activities organised by Student Life are expected to benefit all students within the SoC community such that they would enjoy a fulfilling experience in SoC and feel a sense of belonging and attachment to the School.

We are committed to promoting individual development and fostering relationships for and with others.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to us via the following means:

SoC Student Life Team:

c/o Office of Undergraduate Studies
COM1 #02-19
School of Computing
13 Computing Drive
Singapore 117417



Student Support and Wellness

We are aware that university life can be stressful and taxing to students. In the same way that we all experience fluctuations in our physical health, any one of us can experience a mental health difficulty at any point in our lives.

If you ever feel distressed, anxious or overwhelmed and need someone outside your circle of family and friends to talk to, a listening ear is available at the following options:


SoC Student Support Manager:

Ms Adele Chiew
+65 6516 2728


NUS University Counselling Services (UCS):
University Health Centre
20 Lower Kent Ridge Road
Level 2, Singapore 119080

Tel:      +65 6516 2376
Mon - Thurs:   8.30am – 6.00pm
Fri:                  8.30am – 5.30pm


Sexual Misconduct:

If you or someone you know has experienced sexual misconduct of any kind, you can reach out to the Victim Care Unit for support.

VCU is here to lend a helping hand:

+65 6601 4000 (24-hour helpline)


NUS Emergency Contacts:

Campus Security:                                                                                         +65 6874 1616
Occupational Safety Health & Environment (OSHE) Emergency Hotline:   +65 6778 6304
Lifeline NUS (for life threatening psychological emergencies):                    +65 6516 7777