Locate lecture halls and classrooms relevant to you. Campus maps and videos outlining the room numbering system in UL are available here
Disability Support Services will provide you with print credit at the beginning of the semester in order for us to do so you must activate your print account by printing one page on campus.
Attend all classes/labs/tutorials
Become familiar with sulis/module or whatever resource the lecturer is using to provide notes to the class. Sulis is available here. Moodle is available here.
Print or save course outlines. Course outlines are given out by each lecturer at the beginning of each semester. They outline important information for the module. Learning goals and expectations will be outlined in this document as well as course assessments. All contact details for the lecturer will be included here as well as the lecturer’s office hours. This is a vital document.
Familiarise yourself with who your academic advisor is. Your academic advisor can help you with any academic issues you may have and their contact details can be found through the student portal.
Become familiar with the library and the library website. Attend a tour and learn how to use the electronic catalogue.
Learn how to type. A typing program is provided by Disability Support Services and is available here. Typing is one of the key skills needed by first year students.
If you need a locker contact Student Academic Administration the details and forms are available from the SAA office.