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.
From 2016/17, the structure of UCLan's Academic Calendar has changed to better support our students moving forwards.
The main difference will enable most students to finish the academic year by mid-July knowing they are able to return and progress the following September.
In summary the changes are:
Your experience is important to us. If you are in your final year of study, The National Student Survey (NSS) is an opportunity to tell the world about your experience and give the University clear feedback on what we do well and can continue to build on for future students. Find out more.
If you’re a first year student who has not yet been vaccinated against meningitis, the University Medical Centre is offering you the opportunity to receive the Meningitis ACWY vaccine. Not everyone enjoys injections, but this one could save your life or someone else’s. You’ll need to register with the Centre in order to receive the vaccination - they can be contacted on 01772 892598.
If you’re working late in the library and live in a PR1 or PR2 postcode area then why not use the Free Late Bus service to get you home between the hours of 10pm and 4.30am? Pre-booking is required which can be done at the Library reception. Find out more.
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.