Your Student Newsletter - Week 8
The Student Communications Team
Undergraduate Undergraduate <mrgammon+UG@gmail.com>
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Hello Undergraduate

It's a new week with new opportunities! Register your interest for our new Warwick Campus 2025 project to share your ideas about what our future campus could be like and be in with the chance to win vouchers. Join our bilingual intercultural awareness workshops, apply for a creative industries mentoring programme, submit to Warwick Uncanny magazine, and see information about National Student Money Week including an event today. We'd also like to congratulate #TeamWarwick for winning Varsity 2023! First, see information on SITS being unavailable this week.

Student Records system (SITS) unavailable this week

From Tuesday 28 February to Thursday 2 March, SITS will be unavailable. This means there will be no online connectivity via the eVision portal, and you will be unable to view your academic record, request changes to your student record, view your University financial status, or make online payments for fees or accommodation. Please find out more hereIf you have any issues or queries, email studentsystems@warwick.ac.uk.

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Warwick Campus 2025: share your views

With the University’s 60th anniversary coming up in 2025, we want to understand what makes campus special and what could make it even better for 2025 and the years beyond. Your views are invaluable to us and for this project, we're trialing a different way of hearing about your experiences. We’ll be using an online, interactive platform, where you can share images, videos, written comments, and more. The interactive tasks will help you imagine and create a truly spectacular campus, working online with other students participating. This opportunity is open to all students; we’re always keen to hear about your broad range of experiences and ideas.

If you are chosen to take part, you’ll be entered into a prize draw with 22 chances to win vouchers (as long as you take part in one task a week).

The project will start on Friday 3 March and run for the last two weeks of term. Find out more and register your interest now! Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, so register as soon as possible.

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Warwick Uncanny magazine submissions

Creative entries are now open for the English Department's literary and creative online magazine, Warwick Uncanny. This year's theme is "Collapse" and the journal welcomes any form of creative writing or visual art under this theme. Entries are welcome from undergraduates from all departments. Submissions are now open until Sunday 19 March. Please send your submissions to Warwickuncanny@gmail.com, and if you have any questions, feel free to contact the Editor-in-Chief: Chloe.peratikou@warwick.ac.uk.

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Support and Safety

Wellbeing: Work-life balance

Work-life balance can be tricky at times. During busier parts of the year, when there are conflicting deadlines or exams, it can begin to feel overwhelming. Sometimes we might struggle to know where to start. If we take a step back to think about which of our tasks are urgent, which are important, and which are non-urgent and non-important, we can start to plan ahead and schedule our time well. Why not take a look at our work-life balance tips to give you a hand?

National Student Money Week

It's National Student Money Week (NSMW), and this year the theme is Navigate the Numbers: Coping with the Cost of Living. The Student Funding team has put together tips and resources to help. The team will be in the SU Atrium between 12pm-2pm today (28 February), you will be able to pick up a free reusable Weekly Meal Planner and other resources. There are also webinars throughout the week. Visit the NSMW pages for more information, and see our Cost of Living pages for details about other support. 

Covid-19 vaccinations on campus  

Not yet had your first or second Covid-19 vaccination? You can get vaccinated at our walk-in clinic at the Student Opportunity Hub, Senate House, (Room SH0.03) on Friday 3 March or Friday 10 March from 2pm-6.30pm. Anyone aged 18+ can simply turn up, no booking is needed.

Best wishes,

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and the Student Communications Team