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Parents and Supporters

We recognise that you will want to support your child, friend or family member as they start at Warwick. Why not start with the informationLink opens in a new window from our Wellbeing Support Services? Here you can find out about the different services students have access to and discover answers to some frequently asked questions. Also, take a look at our Welcome FAQLink opens in a new window page for additional information.

Want to stay in touch? Find out how on our dedicated web pagesLink opens in a new window.

Advice for Parents and Families

Sending a student off to University is a big moment. Our Director of Wellbeing and Safeguarding explains how we will support them with their transition once they arrive, and shares some tips for parents on how they can help support them too.

Arrivals Talks for Parents and Families

Parent Talks on campus will be held at Warwick Arts Centre on the following dates, timed to coincide with our campus move-in dates:

  • Thursday 22 September 1pm
  • Friday 23 September 11am & 3pm
  • Saturday 24 September 11am & 3pm
  • Sunday 25 September 11am & 3pm

These talks will be introduced by our Vice-Chancellor, chaired by a member of our Wellbeing Services team and feature a panel of students discussing their experiences of starting life at Warwick and settling into life in our community.

Want to chat with us?

We will be offering parent/supporter live chats, giving you the opportunity to ask your questions to current students and members of staff from across campus, including the Welcome Team, Residential Community Team, Wellbeing Support Services and the World at Warwick Team.

  • Saturday 10th September, 9.30am -10.30am and 11am - 12pm
  • Saturday 17th September, 2.30pm - 3.30pm and 4pm - 5pm
  • Wednesday 17th September, 9.30am - 10.30am and 11am - 12pm

All times quoted are in UK time. Links to sign up will be published soon.

Travelling to Warwick from far away?

Information on arriving to campus from long distances can be found here.