What you need to know in the first few days...
Wherever in the world you will be joining us from, Keele Welcome begins: Saturday 26 September 2020.
Please note that the start date for those studying at the Harper & Keele Veterinary School will be Monday 21 September 2020.
We know it feels like there’s a lot to get your head around right now, but don’t worry, help is at hand! Have a browse through these pages before your course begins, and refer back to them when you want to know more about a specific area.
Top tips to get the most out of Keele Welcome:
- Be curious – read and watch all the resources to help you settle in
- Don’t be afraid to turn up to an event on your own (virtual or in-person)
- Throw yourself into the opportunities to try new things and meet new people
- Ask lots of questions!
The question on the mind of every new student! And the answer is simple: all events and activities for all new students are on the Keele App - just look in the What's On section. If you don't have it already, just search 'Keele University' in your app store.
The University runs a programme of fun activities in partnership with the Students' Unions, to help you settle into Keele student life, make friends and – for some of you – get to know your new home. We encourage you to go along to as many events as you can - just look out for info in the event descriptions to find out about if an event is of interest to you.
You can browse the Keele App on your phone/device, or even on your laptop. The App does lots of other things too - find out more here.
We're sure you will have lots of questions - and we are ready to answer them! If you've got a question, big or small, then get in touch with the Student Services Centre: the team are here for all Keele students, whatever you need, throughout the whole year. This includes quick questions, as well as information, support and guidance about things like your welfare and wellbeing, money advice and much more. Within this, we have our dedicated counselling and mental health, and disability and dyslexia services, too.
If you think you'd feel the benefit from having the support of a fellow student to help you through the next few weeks, then that's what our Student Support Buddy scheme is about.
If you need help with accessing any of our online systems or need help getting connected, then our IT team are there to help!
For advice on how to find books and journals, guidance on reading lists and any other library queries - library staff are available to help!
Everyone accesses their own personal course timetable through the KLE. Log-in to the KLE with your username and password and choose 'Timetable' from the black bar at the top of the page.
Please email the timetabling team if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.