We can’t wait to welcome you back to the UCLan campus in 2017 with a whole range of events which will be taking place for a week in September.
Whether you're new to UCLan or a returning student back after the Summer break, take a look at our events: www.uclansu.co.uk/events

Before you return

Step 1: Apply for funding

If you have not yet applied for funding for 2017/18 you will need to do so as soon as possible. You also need to make sure you are up-to-date with all your fees or you may be prevented from using the online enrolment system. Find out more about funding your studies. 

Step 2: Enrol on your course

You can access the course enrolment system from early August. You will need your UCLan username and password and will be guided through the enrolment checklist. This service is available to use on or off campus. If you require support please contact your academic support hub for advice. Please note, you may be prevented from using the online enrolment system if you have outstanding reassessments*.

Step 3: Check your timetable and re-induction activities

You can access your personal timetable via the Student Portal. Your timetable may change from week to week so please remember to check it regularly. All returning students are encouraged to get involved with events during Welcome Week - for a full list of activities please visit www.uclan.ac.uk/freshers - can you spot yourself on our video from last years' freshers fortnight?

Step 4: Check your contact details are up to date

It is important to keep your contact details up-to-date, so we are able to contact you when needed.  Please check your home address, email addresses and phone numbers on MyUCLan.

Need to know - Other useful information

It's worth taking a look at the academic calendar so you're aware of all the key dates throughout the year, including Welcome Week, results day and when you're summer break starts.

The <i> Student Information Centre is the first port of call for advice and support on all aspects of University life. If you have questions or concerns and don’t know who to speak to, visit The <i>.

The <i> offers:

  •  International student support and orientation
  •  Student support and wellbeing services
  •  Student finance, loan, UCLan Bursary and tuition fee support
  •  Car parking permit issue and advice
  •  Enrolment troubleshooting
  •  Production and collection of UCLan cards
  •  Library services
  •  Letters confirming study and Council Tax Exemption Certificates
  •  IT support including printing
  •  Information on changing your course
  •  Self-service machines and interactive guides
  •  Individual service points and confidential areas for you to speak to <i> staff
  •  Information on other student services available

The <i> is based on the ground floor of the Library, opening times can be found here.

You will not be able to access the Accommodation Service via the <i>. This is located near the Students’ Union.

 

Course Administration Service

There are six service hubs which will provide academic admin support. The hubs are located in the following buildings:

Allen Hub – Room AL007

  •  Medicine
  • Dentistry

Brook Hub – Room BB204 

  • Social Work, Care and Community
  • Nursing
  • Community Health and Midwifery
  • Health Sciences

C&T Hub – Room CM235 

  • Computing
  • Art, Design and Fashion
  • Film, Media and Performance
  • Journalism, Language and Communication
  • Engineering

Foster Hub – Room FB058

  • Psychology
  • Forensic and Applied Sciences
  • Physical Sciences
  • Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences

Greenbank Hub –
Temporary Location: Greenbank Room 171 (1st Floor opposite Greenbanks Café)

  • Business
  • Management
  • Sport and Wellbeing

Harris Hub – HA120

  • Lancashire Law School
  • Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
  • Humanities and the Social Sciences

The opening times for the course admin service hubs are:

 

  • Monday- Thursday: 8.45am – 5.15pm
  • Friday: 8.45am – 4pm