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Welcome to Team Hull

We can’t wait for you to join us as a University of Hull student.

We’re excited for you to discover every corner of our beautiful campus, and everything our wonderful city has to offer.

To help you settle in, and get your time at Hull off to the best possible start, here is what you need to know …

What happens when?

  1. Monday 7 September

    Check your timetable
    This is when you'll be able to get a first look at your timetable for your first semester. You can access it at mytimetable.hull.ac.uk/schedule.

  2. Pre-14 September

    e-Induction
    You'll have received an email about this, which includes information about accessing your timetable and booking onto campus events.

  3. Thursday 10 - Saturday 13 September

    Moving in day
    This is the big one! The day you've been waiting for - when you move into the room you'll be calling home for the next year.

  4. Saturday 12 September

    WelcomeFest begins
    Things may be a little different this year, but we've put together a massive programme of events and activities for you to get your uni experience started right!

  5. Friday 25 September

    WelcomeFest ends
    It was fun while it lasted. But don't forget that there'll be loads of other great events throughout the year - make sure you're following Hull University Students' Union across social media to keep up to date with what else is on.

  6. Monday 28 September

    Teaching begins
    Today's the day that teaching starts, and you'll have your first lectures or workshops. You'll be standing on the stage at graduation before you know it...

Your e-induction

e-Induction is an online programme that will help you learn more about the University of Hull and what to expect over the coming months.

You will get an email inviting you to your e-induction. This will walk you through how to access your timetable, and how to book on to our on-campus events.

✓ View your course timetable

✓ Book our WelcomeFest events and activities

✓ Download our student friend finder app, Umii at umii.app

✓ Find out how to get advice and support from our student support teams

✓ Learn more about student finance and budgeting

✓ Get more info on visas and adjusting to life in the UK (for international students)

You can move in any day from Thursday 10 September to Sunday 13 September.

You need to book a time slot for your move-in day. We have four slots available on each day: 8.00am – 11.00am, 11.00am – 2.00pm, 2.00pm – 5.00pm and 5.00pm – 8.00pm.

Arrival slots can be booked on the University’s Beyond Events webpage.

Find out more about what to bring here.

If you haven’t applied for accommodation yet, or have any questions, please contact rooms@hull.ac.uk.

Can I move in later than Sunday 13 September?

Yes – email rooms@hull.ac.uk as soon as you can, and we’ll arrange another move-in day for you.

How will ‘households’ work?

If you’re living on campus, you join a ‘household’ of 8 people or more. A household is a flat of 8 or more rooms that share a kitchen, bathroom and living space.

Can I mix with other households?

Yes, you’re allowed to mix with one other household at a time, in line with Government guidance. You’ll still need to follow social distancing, so please think carefully about how you can do this safely with the other household.

Can I move to a different household if I don’t like mine?

Yes, you can join another household if you feel it’s not working out at yours. Simply log an accommodation query in your MyHull portal and we’ll talk through the next steps.

In shared spaces at my accommodation block, do I have to wear a face covering?

Face coverings are required in all internal communal areas outside of your household, including building foyers, hallways and staircases. You can book shared spaces through the reception in your accommodation block.

Do you clean the accommodation every day?

Yes, we have cleaners who come every day. They’ll clean all the public areas and high contact surfaces of our accommodation, including corridors, lifts, kitchens, handrails and door handles.

I’m coming from a city that’s in full or partial lockdown. Do I need to self-isolate when I arrive?

Yes, and we can provide self-isolation facilities. Please inform us via your MyHull portal as soon as you can, and we’ll arrange this for when you arrive.

Our two-week-long WelcomeFest – hosted by Hull University Students’ Union (HUSU) – is packed full of amazing events and activities, taking place both in person and online.

At the heart of the action is our Main Arena, a temporary outdoor space just for you, with seating and even a huge outdoor cinema screen.

There’s going to be loads going on – here’s just some of what you can expect:

  • Delicious street food at our welcome food festival
  • An outdoor cinema showing some of your favourite films
  • Live music events
  • Sports and societies taster sessions
  • Other social events in HUSU’s bars
  • A huge welcome party, with our new radio station streaming sets to our indoor and outdoor venues, as well as online

 

Head to uohwelcome.native.fm to book onto events and find out more.

As you know, classes will be delivered through a blend of online and face-to-face teaching. So it’s important you have:

  • A laptop with webcam and audio functions
  • An internet connection (either WiFi or cable)
  • A comfortable place to study and take part in online lessons

Borrow a laptop from the library

You can borrow a laptop, or pre-book use of an open-access PC or study spaces in the Brynmor Jones Library

Get advice on buying a laptop

You can find lots of tips on which laptop to buy here. You can also email any questions to our technical staff at tech-advice@hull.ac.uk.

Or you can speak to us using our Live Chat function in the MyHull portal. Please use the chat service under the ‘Talk to us section’ to ask for tech advice.

You are at the heart of everything we do at Hull. This year, our number one priority is to provide you with a safe and fun place to learn, meet new people and socialise.

We have introduced lots of measures to help you feel settled and confident when you start with us - you can find out more here.

As well as our COVID-19 measures, here are some extra ways to support your health and wellbeing as a Hull student.

  1. Make sure  your vaccinations are up to date
    Universities ask students to make sure they're vaccinated against measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) and meningitis Men ACWY (if you're aged 25 or under), so you should check this and sort it as soon as possible.
  2. Register with a GP
    If you're moving to Hull, it's best if you find a doctor's surgery near where you'll be living. You can find your nearest GP here
  3. ..and register for a dentist too!
    You can search for dentists that are near your accommodation here.
  4. Get your flu jab
    Students who have a serious long-term health condition are entitled to a free flu jab on the NHS. The flu vaccine is offered to those with on term conditions such as asthma, heart/kidney/liver diseases, diabetes, sickle cell and more. Catching flu on top of these conditions can be serious, so we'd encourage you to talk to your GP or local pharmacy about your options.

Contact

Call 01482 462222
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