Before you arrive

Our Before you Start checklist contains all the things which you may need to do prior to commencing your studies at the University.

Note: Some of the below might not apply depending on your student status and programme.

1. Read all your correspondence that we, or your partner college have sent you.

2. Meet the conditions of your offer and return any forms/information including:

3. Get ready for Enrolment (once you have received your email invite) including:

  • Attend an enrolment webinar
  • Complete Pre-Enrolment
  • Book and attend a Face to Face Enrolment

4. View our halls information and complete an online application.

5. Contact ASSIST if you have any additional needs relating to disability, medical condition, autism, specific learning differences (like dyslexia) or a mental health difficulty including if you will need assistance during arrival.

6. Check that your University or College Payment Advice has the correct university and programme. If this is not correct, then contact Student Finance England (or your local funding authority) immediately

7. If you are paying your own fees (rather than a tuition fee loan) you will need to make payment:

8. Set up your University Account (once you have received your email invite).

9. Contact admissions if your personal information or circumstances have changed since you confirmed your place at the University of Northampton.

10. Read the University Rule, Regulations and Student Partnership Agreement.

11. Get ready for life at University

Covid-19 Guidance

We will adhere to the government requirements which are required at the time. It is imperative that all students adhere to government guidance and university requirements should you be studying on campus, living in halls or attending campus:

  • Do not attend face-to-face enrolment sessions if you have symptoms, are self-isolating or are in quarantine.
  • If you are due to move into halls and have symptoms and/or are self-isolating then please contact the Accommodation Team to discuss your arrival options.
  • Do not attend face-to-face teaching sessions if you have symptoms and/or are self-isolating. Please contact your programme leader to discuss how you can engage with your studies during this time.
  • If you have moved into halls and have symptoms and/or are self-isolating then please contact the Residential Life team to discuss how we can support you during this period.
  • If you have symptoms, are self-isolating or are in quarantine then please do not attend campus (e.g. to attend the library, use facilities) until your isolation/quarantine has finished.

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