Life looks different today. But NTU is good at adapting, improving, reinventing and revitalising. This is your campus, your future – your NTU experience.
Whether you're new or returning to NTU, we understand you’re going to be nervous about what University life is going to look like this year. But we’re ready for you, and we hope you’re excited to experience everything NTU and Nottingham has to offer. Things are going to be a little different but there’s plenty going on to give you the best possible NTU experience, both on and off campus.
Your learning and teaching
We'll keep you updated on how the Governments plans for easing lockdown is impacting our teaching and learning as we continue to follow their latest guidelines.
Testing, tracking and self-isolating
It's really important that if you suspect that you may have symptoms of Coronavirus that you know what to do, not only to protect yourself but to protect those around you.
Your health and wellbeing
We offer 1-2-1 support and plenty of online resources to look after your mind, and when it comes to your body we believe keeping active is key to a balanced lifestyle. Whether you're encountering problems yourself, or worried about a friend we’re here to offer the guidance you need.
Events and opportunities
Each week, the University will be running an exciting programme of events and opportunities to complement your academic timetable. Pick and choose the activities you want to join from this interactive planner and save them direct to your personal calendar.
Students who are not occupying or using their NTU-owned or operated rooms will not be required to pay accommodation rents from Monday 4 January up to Monday 17 May 2021.
Being on campus
All students on campus are encouraged to take twice weekly Lateral Flow Tests to help protect our NTU and wider community. Face coverings should be worn inside all NTU buildings, unless you are exempt.
Your employability and volunteering
Our research has shown the impact work and volunteering experience can have on your outcomes when you graduate. We're here to support you in getting the right work placement or volunteering opportunities.
To learn more about the support available to all NTU students please visit our StudentHub.
If you’ve got a question or concern about being on campus please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, please call +44 (0)115 848 6060 and select option 1. This line is open Monday to Friday 8.30 am – 5 pm.
Help keep yourself, your friends and your local community safe by following Government guidelines on self-isolating, social distancing, hand washing, wearing face coverings (in shops, public transport and on campus) and limiting the number of people you have contact with at any one time.