Your welfare is our top priority in responding to the COVID-19 crisis. Here you can find up-to-date guidance as we adapt to new ways of teaching and learning.
Further information and guidance to support you can be found on our frequently asked questions page.
You can find information and resources on COVID-19 and your wellbeing on the Student Health website.
If you are affected by any incident of hate, or if you are concerned by difficulties such as relationship or familial abuse at all, especially during this period of social distancing, you can still seek support and contact us at Report + Support.
If you are anxious due to the outbreak, you can access support via the Advice and Counselling Service.
Our library services remain open and accessible online to all students, although library buildings are closed until further notice.
As of 25 March, we have closed all PC labs on our campuses. We are now working to put in place IT facilities for students who need them and are continuing to live in our residences.
The Students’ Union has closed all its spaces and postponed or cancelled all events and other activities.
Further information is available on the Students’ Union website.
We have agreed to postpone summer graduation ceremonies, and will be communicating new dates as soon as we can. Any student expecting to graduate this year will get an award.