It’s easy to think you’re the only one who has not experimented with drugs at university. The reality is that most people don’t take drugs and you’re in the majority.
Whether you have just started Christ Church or are a returning student, the beginning of a new academic year is always very exciting.
We hope you have had a good summer break and are looking forward to the new academic year. To get you started here are just some of the new things to expect in 2017-2018. There are lots of exciting changes and developments, as the University continues to invest in your student experience, based on your feedback.
The University’s shuttle bus service is a great way to help you get to you lectures on time in Canterbury. Due to a large increase in the number of classes timetabled at both Polo Farm and Hall Place in the coming weeks, we have found it necessary to lay on extra coaches for a limited period in addition to the regular service.
If English is not your first language, we offer individual tutorials, workshops and study groups. Select from a wide range of resources to develop your English skills and reach your full potential.
The University values your physical and mental wellbeing and provides a range of service and resources to support you through University.
We have received reports that some of our students have received a phishing email which looks like it has come from the Student Loan Company.
We want to provide you with both the traditional resources and modern tools for you to thrive in your studies. And we are delighted to confirm that again this year the library will be open 24/7 at key assessment times on 6th November – 19th January (with the exclusion on the Christmas break) and 5th March – 18th May.
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.
Money mules are people who act as intermediaries receiving and moving money for criminals and criminal organisations.