FAQs for students
Many of us might find the next few weeks difficult - please remember that there is support available for you.
Wellbeing Support Services (WSS) are available during normal working hours via our Wellbeing Portal, or call on 024 7657 5570. For out of hours support at any time of the day or night, please visit Togetherall. The multi-faith chaplaincy is also a source of support, and a place to reflect and take stock.
The information below aims to provide more detail on what to expect on campus during the national mourning period. It will be updated over the next few days as necessary, so do check back, and use the page contact form to let us know if we can provide further useful details.
Arrangements for the provision of teaching, learning and assessment are being made at departmental level. There may be alterations to the schedule on the day of the funeral (19 September), this will be arranged and communicated by academic departments. Please contact your department if you have teaching scheduled on the day of the funeral and want to check arrangements.
Yes, Welcome Week will go ahead as planned, with the potential for small changes in the programme. Keep checking back to the Welcome Week website for further updates.
The Library will be open with reduced hours on Monday, opening from 10am until 4pm. Study space, print materials and frontline enquiry support to students will be available.
All other Library services, including the MRC archive, will not be operating on Monday and all other study spaces will be closed.