What will life on campus look like?
- Most of our facilities, like libraries and food outlets, will be open, but access will be managed and there will be additional hygiene measures in place such as hand sanitiser stations and extra cleaning
- The numbers of students on campus each day will be managed, cutting down on the need for travel, and to allow social distancing
- Signs, floor stickers and one-way systems will be in place to keep everyone on track and you may have to book appointments for some things like one-to-one sessions with a librarian
- University accommodation will be managed in line with the latest government guidance and advice
What services will be available?
- All of our usual student support services will be available, both online and through booked face-to-face sessions, with advice and guidance on everything from study skills to managing your money
- You’ll be able to access wellbeing support, including 24/7 counselling via Togetherall, and be able to speak to your Student Support and Guidance Tutor on any personal issues or anxieties
- Those living in halls will be supported by Residential Life teams, including our student residential advisors, who will be available 24 hours a day
- And Brighton Students’ Union will also provide their full range of support services in addition to all of the usual social activities and student societies
When will I find out more?
- If you’re starting with us this year, we'll send your Belong at Brighton welcome programme before moving in weekend
- You’ll also be able to take part in online Belong at Brighton events before you arrive and we'll send regular updates to help you prepare