You may have seen the latest government announcement on the roadmap out of the current lockdown for England: National lockdown: Stay at Home - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) and how the restrictions will be lifted over time.
We have sent you an email with further information on what this means for the community at Warwick.
The University’s highest priority continues to be the safety of students, staff and the local community. Our safety measures on campus, which include social distancing, face coverings, enhanced cleaning and Test and Trace, remain in place and important to keep all members of our community safe.
We recognise that this continues to be a really challenging time and want you to know that we are here to support you. Please reach out for support if you need it, either through your department or through our Wellbeing Support Services.
- Wellbeing support - You can continue to get wellbeing support through Wellbeing Support Services, our student support helpline and the residential life team on campus. There is also dedicated support if you need to self-isolate.
- Report + Support - Everyone at Warwick has the right to feel safe. The Report + Support system enables all members of our community to raise any experiences with us by speaking either to a trained advisor or to report their experience anonymously online.
- Student hardship funding - The University has decided to allocate the additional hardship funding provided by the UK government to those students who it has identified through its Warwick Bursary Scheme as being from low-income households and with additional needs warranting additional financial support. If your circumstances have changed and you are experiencing financial difficulties, please contact the Student Funding Office in the first instance for information, advice, and guidance.