For our volunteering opportunity of the week we’re hearing from Ben, our Graduate Trainee working with Careers. He attended a volunteer taster day with FareShare, an event organised through Christ Church Volunteering.
Essential drainage work will be taking place between Old Sessions House and Fisher Tower, starting from 26 April for around 12 weeks. For your health and safety we will need to close off part of the grounds of Old Sessions House and Sir John Cadell Walk.
Unfortunately, this will have an impact on pedestrian access between Old Sessions House and Fisher Tower. If you normally use this route to access campus please make sure you now leave yourself some extra time to take an alternative route.
Are you social media savvy? Got a passion for all things digital? Want to work in a creative and dynamic environment? An exciting opportunity has come up to help shape the future of social media and digital content at CCCU.
Were you inspired by the events at the Tudors & Stuarts History Weekend? Or maybe you missed out, and want to find out more… The CCCU Bookshop have created a list of recommended reads from the weekend, here are the top 4:
We are pleased to confirm that students have been allocated their modules for 2019-2020.
Even though you are on holiday enjoying a well-deserved break and hopefully eating lots of chocolate eggs, we wanted you to know that we are still here for you if you need us.
Here are 4 ways you can stay connected to CCCU over Easter…
As part of the #StressLess campaign, the CCCU Bookshop wanted to share some books to help you build resilience, take time out for yourself, look after your wellbeing and manage stress. Here are the top 5:
As we start heading towards the end of academic year many of you will have assignments, dissertations and exams to do. So to help you look after yourself and do the best you can, Drill Hall and GK Union are launching their #Headspace activities.
From the popular therapy dogs to creative sessions here are some of the events planned:
We’re looking for students who gained their place at CCCU through Clearing and are willing to star in our new campaign! We want to feature your stories and share your experience at university to help future students who will join us through Clearing this year.
Has your Personal Tutor been amazing? Does your Programme Administrator have all the answers? Is there a team that has made a difference to your time at CCCU?
Hi! I’m Holly, currently studying Psychology combined with Early Childhood Studies at Canterbury Christ Church and I’m in my second year. I am also a Peer Mentor and volunteer to help other students learn from my own experiences!
As you look forward to your Easter Break please note there are some changes to our services during this period particularly over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend.
On Wednesday 10th April, the University and Students’ Union are hosting our first ever joint Student Opportunities Awards. The event will bring together Students’ Union societies and volunteers across the University and in the local community, to celebrate their amazing contributions to volunteering and fundraising this year.
Don’t miss out on your opportunity to be heard and tell us about your experience at Canterbury Christ Church University. It only takes 10 minutes so don’t delay and click here to complete your Student Survey.
The CCCU Mental Wellbeing Team will at the Medway Campus every Wednesday from 10 April between 10am-2pm in the Learn Higher Room (Silent Zone) at Drill Hall.
CCCU are in the process of replacing all the University’s mulitfunctional devices (MFDs) that allow you to print, copy and scan. And we would like your help to test the proposed new equipment to ensure we get the right machines to meet your needs.
With Easter on the way, here are some eggciting things to look forward to in April! From StressLess activities to support you with your end of semester assessments to the Christ Church Sport Easter UniRun, as well as vlogging & internship opportunities and lots more…
We are hosting World Café Events for students and staff to explore the proposed CCCU Framework for Developing Enterprising Professional Graduates on 10 April 2019 at both Canterbury and Medway campuses.
In 2019, Canterbury will celebrate the 30th anniversary of its designation as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The designation applies to the area of the city stretching from the cathedral across the CCCU campus and up to St Martin’s Church – the oldest church in England. To celebrate, Arts & Culture are looking for students to submit works for an upcoming exhibition in the Daphne Oram Building.
As exams get nearer we want to make sure that you find the study space you need, when you need it and protect your online work while on campus.