The new LIS Self-Service Portal is now available, enabling you to log a helpdesk call or request an IT service instead of phoning LIS Customer Support.
On Thursday 23 June the whole of the UK will be asked to go to the polls and, for the first time in more than 40 years, will be able to vote on whether we remain in or leave the European Union (EU).
The voter registration deadline for the referendum is fast approaching - don’t miss this once-in-a-generation opportunity to have your say.
No matter your feelings about the outcome, the first step is to make sure that you are registered to vote.
It takes minutes to register online and you can speed up the process by having your National Insurance number handy.
Check that you’re registered at the right address. If you’re unsure where you’ll be, or know you’ll be away, you can apply for a postal vote (deadline is Wednesday 8 June).
Need more information about voting? Try these links:
Need more information to inform your decision? Watch the recent Brexit debate held recently at UCLan and use the following links:
• BBC referendum coverage
• Full fact
• The Leave Campaign
• The Remain Campaign
We are looking forward to celebrating the success of our award holders at the summer Graduation Ceremonies taking place between 11-15 July at Preston Guild Hall. The Booking System is now open for students who complete their awards on or before 27 June. More information.
We monitor attendance as research has shown that regular attendance and academic achievement are closely linked; it is therefore important that we know you are attending regularly. By monitoring student attendance we hope to be able to identify students who need support at an early stage and put in place measures to help them continue their studies. Student Attendance Monitoring is a requirement for all students. The University expects you to attend all your mandatory timetabled sessions.
Student Attendance Monitoring (S.A.M) is just one of the reasons your UCLan Card is so important, as this is used to register your attendance in class.
Did you know that on a daily basis LIS is monitoring the individual usage of your UCLan Wireless and Network Lite internet connections within your halls of residence?
Since October 2015, any student identified as infringing copyright get their wireless and halls network access blocked for two weeks (access to the corporate network is not affected). The illegal downloading, file sharing or distributing e.g. Peer-to-Peer (p2p) of copyrighted, obscene, or illegal material such as music, video, films, software, computer games and books over the University network and wireless network is in breach of the University’s Conditions for using IT Facilities
The University subscribes to lynda.com - a fantastic online resource providing video courses and tutorials in a wide range of topics. UCLan students receive free, unlimited access to this incredible service.
Each training course comprises a series of short videos, so it’s flexible enough to fit in around your studies; allowing you to watch either a whole course or specific videos whenever you need them.
Following each course, you will be awarded with a 'certificate of completion', providing documentary evidence for potential employers as well as a record to add to your personal development portfolio.