There’s a number of postgraduate social events taking place from now until Christmas, run by the Graduate College and the Postgraduate Research Association (PGRA).
#CCCUAllofUs are here to support you to reach your potential in your exams and assessments.
The Library is now open 24/7. You have been given your first main assignment of the year and are starting to think about your exams, but don’t panic – we are here to help you #StressLess and achieve more!
Mind and Body is a free programme which works with students to improve their mental wellbeing.
Finding Study Space
The Library is now open 24/7 allowing you to study at a time that suits you.
We have a large number of PCs available for use across our campus locations. These include dedicated labs, and flexible spaces that can also be used when not booked for teaching. To find your nearest PC click here.
Calling all animators, artists and film buffs! We’re incredibly excited to present to you- Anifest 2020, the animators’ dream day out, right on your doorstep.
From 11 – 17 November it is Alcohol Awareness Week and the University is working with the Students’ Union to promote responsible drinking, challenge some myths and share some facts.
And if you are worried, The Forward Trust are offering drop-ins for anyone who wishes to talk confidentially about drug or alcohol issues in Augustine House – AHg56 every Friday from 1.30pm.
A general election has been called for 12 December. So whatever your politics, in order to have your say, you need to be registered to vote by by midnight on 26 November.
All staff and students are invited to the annual Christmas Carols by Candlelight service at Canterbury Cathedral on Thursday 5 December at 7.30pm.
Good luck to everyone graduating at the Award Ceremony this 16 November! Here’s a quick rundown of everything you need to know ahead of your big day:
CCCU are partners with Academia who support 300 colleges and universities in the UK with their IT Services.
Public Health England South East (PHESE) has advised, the University of Kent, that there has been an increase in cases of suspected mumps at their Canterbury Campus . We have not had any reported cases at Canterbury Christ Church University but thought you would find the following advice useful.
Remembrance Day commemorates all those who have lost their lives during war around the world. The two minutes of silence provides an opportunity to honour those who serve their country during times of conflict and to reflect upon the sacrifices these men and women have made.
Please be advised on Monday 11 November Medway Campus will be extremely busy. This is due to the volume of students expected for the Interprofessional Education event for S17 students.
Canterbury Christ Church University, the Students’ Union and NUS are conducting a short and confidential survey with students to find out your views and experiences of drinking alcohol.
You don’t have to drink alcohol to take part.
There’s lots going on this November as many students prepare for end of semester assessments! StressLess launches to help you stress less and achieve more, and Augustine House opens 24/7 with late night catering options. Plus we’ve got Movember, Alcohol Awareness Week, Union Week, This Girl Can & much more! There really is something for everyone…
We are encouraging all of us at CCCU to talk about men’s mental wellbeing as part of Movember.
Movember looks at mental health through a male lens, focusing on prevention, early intervention and health promotion. The aim is to work towards a world where men take action to be mentally well, and are supported by those around them.
Halloween is a great fun evening but if you are out and about make sure you #lookafteryourmate and #staysafe.
We are delighted to confirm that from 4 November until 17 January Augustine House will be open 24/7 to help support you in the lead up to, and during, the assessment period.
Students are invited to the public celebration of the new Daphne Oram Creative Art building on 30 October, 4-7pm.
Hosted by the School of Creative Arts and Industries, it promises to be a lively afternoon with tours of the facilities, exhibitions, & performances showcasing the talents of our staff and students. There will also be some light refreshments on offer.
It’s that time of year again, when you get to gain an extra hours sleep! On Sunday 27 October at 2am the clocks will go back one hour, meaning you will have more light in the morning, for you early risers, but it will also start to get darker earlier in the evening.
With it getting darker earlier, it’s an important time to remind you to stay safe– so here are a few tips!