We know that you may have questions about returning to campus in 2021 so we have developed this page to give you further information and answer some frequently asked questions about student Covid testing and returning to campus in January. This page was last updated on 15 January 2021.
15 Jan 2021
UCLan is continuously monitoring the Covid-19 pandemic with your health and wellbeing our main priority. As per Government guidance, there will be no face-to-face teaching for most courses over the next few weeks unless your course is one of the exceptions – see list of courses which will continue face-to-face. For those students whose course is now online, you will continue online until we receive further Government guidance on when your face-to-face teaching will recommence. All the latest updates will appear here, so please keep checking back and make sure you’re reading emails from UCLan and your lecturers. If you have enquiries that are not answered here or in the latest frequently asked questions (FAQs), then email: email@example.com. This page was updated on 11 January 2021.
11 Jan 2021
If you are worried about your finances during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, there is support, help and advice available nationally and from the University. Now, more than ever, it is important to manage your money and budget well and seek help or speak to someone if you are worried about money and getting into debt.
04 Jan 2021
For those of you who are staying on or near campus this Christmas holiday period, we’ve got some great activities for you to get involved in and we’ll also be here to help, advise and support you, if you need us.
02 Dec 2020
Back in March when we first went into lockdown, we put together this useful page for those of you who may have concerns about your mental health and wellbeing during this challenging time. While some things may have changed, most of the advice and support on offer is still relevant and available.
10 Nov 2020
If you’re looking for extra help to stay motivated, productive, focused and connected during the Covid-19 pandemic, we’ve teamed up with the mental fitness app, Fika, to support all our students at this challenging time.
03 Nov 2020
Pulse Media is the official student media outlet at the University of Central Lancashire Students' Union. It consists of The Pulse (formerly known as Pluto), Pulse TV (formerly known as PSTV), and Pulse Radio (the radio station formerly known as Frequency). The Pulse Online gives you all the most recent news, politics, culture, lifestyle, and sports updates and printed copies of The Pulse come out every month during the academic year.