Joining a society is a great way to feel involved at your university, whether that be part of a sports team like lacrosse or swimming, or even coming together to share your interests in things like Harry Potter or Disney. Yes, there’s a Disney Society.
Moving away from home and learning to live by yourself is both an exciting yet overwhelming experience for some students.
We’ve put together this blog to help you around the terms of a TV Licence if you’re a student and you are moving into either University Halls of Residence or private accommodation.
The University has a wide range of IT facilities available to you as students, including super-fast Wi-Fi across all of our campus’ and University Accommodation.
In just a few days some of you will be making your way to either Canterbury, Broadstairs or Medway campus to move in to your halls of residence.
Canterbury Christ Church University, working in partnership with Students’ Union and other stakeholders, is embarking on a range of initiatives to support student mental wellbeing.
When you first arrive, it can be a bit disorientating but it won’t take you long to find your way around – honest!
Registration is an important event that all students must attend to ensure that they get fully enrolled onto their course. In order to register with the University, there are a few items that you MUST bring with you to the event.
Congratulations on securing your place at Canterbury Christ Church University!
Whether you’re looking for help with your studies, advice about coping with University life or someone to talk to about your general your health and wellbeing our network of trained professionals are here to help you throughout your time as a Christ Church student – and even before you arrive.