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Get involved

New to Warwick and on the hunt for things to do? Feeling overwhelmed by the activities on offer to you? Fancy making new friends across campus? Our collated collection of things to do around the University should be of use - check out the list below and click the titles to find out more.

Staff Interest Groups

If you want to get walking, you're barmy about books or you're considering crochet, our groups will be right up your street. From barbershop clubs to golf societies, there's lots to get involved with.

Events Calendar

Looking for something to do tonight, or later this week? Check out the University calendar - or email Internal Comms if you're running an event on campus that you'd like to see featured on the calendar.

What's On

Interested in promoting your band's latest gig? Running a book group and looking for new members? Starring in a play at your local theatre? At a loose end and looking for something new to do? Look no further than Warwick's What's On page.

Work and Professional Staff Networking Groups

There are a number of networking groups at the University, which bring together colleagues from across the institution to share ideas, information and best practice on professional and work issues, from communications to projects and public engagement.

Warwick Sport

There are so many ways to get involved with Warwick Sport - whether you're a beginner who's feeling a little unsure or an exercise whizz, the team will be able to find something to suit you. Check out the Events Calendar, the health and wellbeing classes, and the lifestyle classes.


Find out more about family activities, restaurants around campus and entertainment on offer, as well as arts and music-based events.


There's a wide range of development and training opportunities available to you as a Warwick colleague, from coaching and mentoring sessions to language/IT courses and qualifications.

Work, grow, play

Visit Warwick's insite pages to discover more about what's on offer to you as a Warwick colleague




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