Each year the Chaplaincy puts together a list of events that are going on in and around Reading over the Christmas Vacation period. There’s lots to see and do and you can download the list either from the Chaplaincy website, or by clicking here.
The University has allocated rooms 101 and 201 in the Carrington Building (40 spaces in each room) as out-of-hours study spaces for the last two weeks of the Autumn Term (3-14 December – not on the evening of the 14 December). So, once the Library shuts its doors you can take the short walk to the […]
Security Services have just published details of a range of new initiatives on their website. This includes: Bicycle Passport A new service to help combat the theft of bicycles around the campus. Click here for more information>>> Campus Watch Like neighbourhood watch, but for the University properties. Click here for more information>>> Chaperone Service If you […]
The Choose well campaign aims to educate and inform people about the different NHS services available to them. It promotes self-care and the use of local high-street pharmacy for common complaints such as coughs and colds, flu, stomach upsets and general aches and pains. Not every ailment needs a trip to A&E! Advice and information about a […]
We’re interested in gathering feedback on your experiences on coming to the University of Reading. We’re looking to find out how supported you felt during the transition into Higher Education. As such we would be very grateful if you could spare a few minutes and click here to complete the Freshers’ survey.
12 November sees the start of the University’s Green Week, and we’ve got a whole host of activities to raise awareness about Green issues in and around campus. During the week we’re running the Green Week Photo Challenge (closing date 14 November), where you could win a fold-up bike or a solar powered radio. Click […]
11 November is an opportunity for the nation to remember those who have lost their lives in conflict. This year, the University will hold its own act of remembrance on Friday 9 November for those who have made the ultimate sacrifice on the country’s behalf. We can remember too those within the University community who have […]
We all know the basics about keeping safe online – things like using different passwords for different services (as well as changing them regularly and never giving them to someone else), avoiding ‘phishing‘ (ie scam) emails, spotting and removing spyware, and dealing with computer viruses. However, some students are unaware of the detrimental effects that […]
Catering Services are pleased to announce the launch of our 3rd online customer satisfaction survey, which aims to find out what you think of the catering services that are provided on the University campuses. We want to find out when and how each of the outlets is used, and how you rate the value for […]