There are spaces across campus that you can use to sit and relax in, or to study.
Explore information about facilities available to you and free or discounted activities and events on campus.
Free fresh soup, Veganuary discounts and other offers
Enjoy free hot and hearty soup from the Library Coffee Bar (first floor of Library) or Café Oculus- Monday to Friday from 12.00pm until all stock is gone! Throughout Veganuary, you can also enjoy 30% off vegetarian and vegan meals in multiple outlets around campus!
Visit the Warwick Retail offers page to see the full range of offers available.
There's a wide array of resources on campus to help support you
As well as being open for prayer and to meet our Chaplains, the Chaplaincy is open as a place to study or relax between 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday. You're welcome to drop in and make yourself a hot drink; take a seat in the lounge or a bean-bag in the central space; work in the study area; take a moment by yourself or with friends.
On Mondays in term time there is a Community Lunch, provided by the Chaplains at 12:00 and on Tuesdays there is a Craft Café where you can do craft and have toast, toppings and a drink, all provided by the Chaplaincy.
Check out the Chaplaincy Calendar to see what's on.
There are spaces across campus open to you to use and we are also looking to dedicate additional spaces on campus to be 'warm hubs' for you to sit in and relax. Within the Library, you'll find new spaces this year including the Breathing Space (for relaxation and rest from study) and the Co-creation Space.
We are inviting our whole community, as well as local residents, to use our Arts Centre, which offers a friendly space for people to meet and stay warm during the day.
Visit the Mead Gallery, it’s open during term time and entry is free.
Throughout the Spring term Warwick Arts Centre will be hosting a whole host of events. Get creative with artists and student societies at their free Workshop Wednesdays, or if you're a music lover, book a place on a Music tech workshop or a Musical Exploration workshop. Find out more about all their events here.
For students, you can enjoy lots of free or discounted tickets, including £5 cinema tickets with an Under 26 Film Club membership, £7.50 tickets on many live events, free tickets to Orchestral performances, music events, workshops, and artist talks. Check out the student section of WAC's website for more.