UCLan is continuously monitoring the Covid-19 pandemic with your health and wellbeing our main priority. Teaching is currently a blend of face-to-face and online learning, unless you are on an e-learning programme, which was always delivered online. 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 25 September 2020.
25 Sep 2020
Looking after your eyes and your eyesight is extremely important and now you can take care of your eyes on the Preston Campus by visiting our brand-new eye clinic on the third floor in Harrington Building.
28 Sep 2020
In case you missed it and didn’t manage to catch all the Welcome Week online sessions, don’t worry, we’ve got a recap right here with all the links, information, advice and support that you need.
28 Sep 2020
The eagerly awaited NHS COVID-19 app is now ready to download, bringing together a number of important functions to help you protect yourself and others. You can see the six key functions of the app in the introduction video.
24 Sep 2020
If you’re not yet familiar with how to access your online sessions or you’re not sure which sessions are online and which are face-to-face, we have a useful quick guide that can help.
22 Sep 2020
Whether you're a new or existing student, we've developed a new telephone hotline for any questions you may have.
18 Sep 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.