RememberDon't forget...

Lessons finish early on Wednesday 25 November, at 12.55pm, so that we can prepare for our Open Evening. Please see the Student News for the revised bus services.


Health & Wellbeing FairHealth and Wellbeing Fair

Thursday 26 November

This event is designed to encourage students to discover new ways to improve and maintain your health and wellbeing!

Come along and gain some valuable advice about how to improve your health. Visit the Refectory from 10.20am – 1.40pm to find out more!


Examinations News

Examinations Certificates for qualifications gained during the summer are now available to collect from the Exams Office in room G02.

Please come and collect your certificates between 9.00am and 1.00pm, as soon as possible.


Good Egg DriversGood Egg Drivers

Get top tips for new drivers, from choosing an instructor to preparing for your test and understanding the law. Get your licence and keep it. Find out more about the competition to win a brand new car! Visit


FootballInterested in playing football?

Every Wednesday from 1.40pm, in the Sports Hall

It’s free to take part, just bring along your indoor trainers. This activity is for all students, male and female, to enjoy. The sessions are led by Solent University.


Student UnionNew Student Union Committee in Place!

Congratulations to our new Student Union Committee, who have now taken up their new roles. We are looking to recruit more Student Ambassadors to help with events, so if you are interested in getting involved please email


Your FutureWhat's Your Career Goal?

One of the best ways that you can improve your CV, or university application is to have completed some work experience in the career area that you are interested in.

Drop in to see Rachel Harrison in our Information Centre if you would like help in finding a work experience placement.

For more information visit our website:


Learning Resources Centre (LRC)Visited the LRC yet?

Our Learning Resource Centre (LRC) provides a wide-range of resources to support your study needs. As well as a great selection of academic books, there are also online resources, journals and databases, guides, bibliographies and DVDs to hire.

Within the LRC there are areas for quiet study, group workrooms, internet access, printing, scanning and photocopying facilities, 40 bookable PCs, together with a stationary shop, which is great value for money.