We hope that you and those close to you are staying well, staying safe, and navigating the various stresses and anxieties that everyone is experiencing. We have set up this page to help collate information, as we are aware that there has been a lot of this through difference channels. Please note, these pages will be updated as further communications come out.
During this, please be assured that the department is continuing to work hard to put processes in place for your teaching and learning experience in term 3. The University is regularly announcing measures in their student newsletters. As the situation is constantly evolving, please keep checking your emails and various University websites for updates. You can sign up for notifications to be automatically emailed whenever an edit is made to the page. We will continue to do whatever we can to help.
This is a very difficult time, and there are various sources of support available, including Wellbeing Support Services, digital mental health and wellbeing services like Big White Wall, and Mind have put together some advice for coronavirus and wellbeing. You can also speak with your personal tutor or the department’s Senior Tutor or DSEP.
How we will communicate with you
We will also continue to send updates to you via your Warwick email account, which you should check regularly. We will also ensure that communications are put onto this page.
Please also keep a regular check on the University’s Covid-19 FAQ page.
University Advice for Current Students
Please follow advice issued by the University which is being updated regularly: Coronavirus Advice at Warwick. The University updates include information on Campus, Accommodation, Visa Issues and Mitigation.
The University has established a special newsletter to students which will be going out twice weekly (Tuesdays and Fridays) which is the primary communication channel for announcing the University's decisions on arrangements for teaching, learning and assessment for Term 3 and beyond. This newsletter will give you the information you need, and the University staff are working as fast as they can to provide you with that information. If you have not been receiving these fortnightly newsletters, you can subscribe here.
The University has put some support with IT systems being used for summer alternative assessments at
Departmental Advice for Psychology Students
The Department is will be advising you of arrangements for term 3 as soon as we are able. Please continue to work on assessments which are due in term 3, and second and final year students should continue your usual preparation for your learning in all of your modules ahead of the examination period.
We have compiled all of the communications send so far and key information into the pages below for our different student groups. Please do review these if you have any questions.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.