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Web Services


This is the University's web publishing tool. You can use SiteBuilder to manage your own site via the web without needing technical skills.

Help Link Good site guide Link


Is a tool to support the administration of teaching and learning in academic departments. Staff can manage per-student information such as coursework.

Manual Link

My Warwick

A mobile application which will show you personalised data from many systems including timetabling, coursework, the Library, the Sports Centre, etc.

Web design

We can help you to create effective, usable websites by providing you with site designs, homepage layouts, copywriting, advice and support.

Single Sign-on

A single authentication service for many of our web applications, including two factor auth for added security.

Set up two-step authentication Link


A tool to send, receive and share files. You can upload files and access them anywhere online.

FAQs Link
  • Standard website

    Choose your preferred site design, homepage layout and imagery – then submit a new site requirements form. We will implement your site free of charge.

  • Standard website plus additional design

    Choose your preferred site design, homepage layout and imagery – we will implement your site and provide additional graphic design, copywriting, or tailored advice and support.

  • Copywriting

    We can write copy for your site on your behalf, review and edit existing copy, or train your team how to write effectively for online audiences.

More about web design options


Information update: Adobe Flash Player reaches end-of-life

In July 2017, Adobe announced that it would no longer support Flash Player after a 31 December 2020 'end of life' date and has now begun a block on Flash content running in Flash Player from 12 January 2021. Adobe strongly recommends all users immediately uninstall Flash Player to help protect their systems.

For more information, please follow this link: to the manufacturer's FAQs.

Working Securely: Valimail update - implementation delayed

We are making email at Warwick more secure. However, the planned implementation of email standards and policies provided by Valimail has had to be delayed for a short period. This implementation, scheduled for 7 January, was designed to automatically reduce the amount of spam and phishing emails that appear to originate from email addresses. A delay is now required while a small number of third-party email-sending services achieve compliance and we anticipate going live with the service within a few weeks. We will provide another update to confirm implementation at that time.

All students get a Microsoft A3 licence - Wed 13 Jan

From Wednesday the 13th January, students taking non-credit-bearing courses will be eligible for a Warwick IT account and access to the Microsoft products licensed to the University of Warwick. As a result, all Warwick students will then be assigned a Microsoft A3 licence. This update is especially relevant to WMS, SMLC, CLL, WMG and other departments with students studying on non-credit-bearing courses.

Recent and new activity

  • My Warwick, our new mobile app, has launched to a wider body of students
  • Coursework management new marking workflows including double blind marking workflow have now all been released, check of requirements and minor tweaks to exam grids are expected
  • Currently working on changes to People Search to facilitate the new telephone system
  • Replace the eRefs system with one that works on our new infrastructure
  • Providing single sign-on support for Warwick's new HR system

Service analytics

We report monthly and annual metrics on the following services and activities:

Number Metric What we measure
1 Website performance Time to load a web page on and off campus
2 Website activity Number of page views, edits made and editors using the web site
3 Support volume Volume of support calls received
4 Support response Percentage of support calls handled within agreed target times