The SU has put together some harm reduction resources to help you stay as safe as possible and party smart.
Moving out at the end of the year can be challenging, but the SU has lots of great information and guidance available to get you prepared for the big day.
Taking place from 18-20 June, Liberation Conference 2021: Anti-Racism 101 is a virtual student-led 3-day conference, committed to exploring different strains of liberation. Sign up for your free ticket.
Share your views on your learning and teaching experience this year in our short survey.
Join the digital celebration and get involved in a variety of events recognising LGBTQ+ history, people and culture across the UK.
We'd like to hear what you think about University communications. Take a short survey to be in with a chance to win a £100 Amazon voucher.
Dining in is back! All open Retail outlets are now offering both a takeaway and dine-in service.
Read a reflection piece from Vice-Chancellor, Stuart Croft, and find out what action we're taking with healthcare partners to support this regional effort.
Find out about the new modes of transport available on campus including E-scooters, Tandem taxi bus service and DRT.
Explore information and guidance about exams and assessments to help you prepare in term 3.
There are many ways to have international or intercultural experiences whilst you are at Warwick.
We recognise that this continues to be a challenging and uncertain time. Find out about the support available from Wellbeing Support Services.
We are providing student support and advice to students via Wellbeing Support Services.
Our Economics student blogger, Christos, shares some ideas for fun online gaming nights during the lockdown.
Our Library services look a little different at the moment. We will be keeping you up to date with what’s happening at the Library in relation to Covid-19.
Our Chemistry student blogger, Billy, has shared a post relating to wellbeing and giving yourself time to reset away from tasks and to-do lists.
Our Physics student blogger Ruhi wanted to send a love letter to the University of Warwick Library.