Current Students


  • New contract to improve print services across campus

    The University has recently undertaken a tender for the provision of print services.  The outcome is that Danwood will be taking over the provision of  multi-functional devices (MFDs) and the University will be exiting the relationship with Ricoh as current leases expire or are transferred to a new arrangement.  

    Danwood are the UK’s leading independent managed print and document centric service provider offering specialist support and expertise.

    The overall aim of the project is to redesign the University’s printing services to make them more reliable, more efficient, less wasteful and more sustainable.

    Key benefits of the project include:

    • Campus wide improvements to print, copy and scanning functionality
    • “Follow me” printing enabling increased accessibility to secure printing across campus
    • Significant savings and efficiency gains
    • Reduction in overall paper usage
    • Improved servicing and maintenance of equipment
    • Reductions in energy consumption

    Danwood’s Audit and Assessment team will be visiting campus in the next few weeks to gather information on the current service.  IT Services will be working closely with Danwood’s Project and Account Management team to redesign and implement a new MFD fleet to suit the needs of staff and students.

    If you have any queries about this project please email Further updates will be available on the IT Services website:

  • Wireless improvements on campus

    IT Services are aware of on-going issues regarding the reliability and usability of the wireless network service on campus.

    We would like to inform you that work has started on a project to replace the infrastructure which will result in significant improvements to coverage, reliability and capacity. Further notifications will be sent out once the work has been completed.

    Please continue to report any problems with the current service to or 01483 689898.

  • Operational Review

    The University is undertaking an operational review of faculty and professional services starting in March 2015.

    For student information please click here.

Event Calendar

  • 2015 Sussex DTC training - In-Depth Qualitative Survey: Mass Observation

    1 June 2015
  • Machine vision based traffic sign inventory with simultaneous condition analysis

    1 June 2015
  • Managing Data with SPSS for Windows

    2 June 2015

    This course introduces participants to the powerful statistical package, SPSS for Windows, and its use for data management.  SPSS is a statistical package widely used in education, government, commerce, business and health sectors. This introductory course does not assume any prior knowledge of SPSS or even statistics and is designed for students, researchers, people working in social research settings or anyone who needs to work with quantitative data or be able to understand simple SPSS output.

    How to create frequency tables and produce simple summary statistics
    How to enter data and how to add variable and value labels (including importing Excel files)
    How to explore the relationship between two variables using tables and appropriate statistics
    How to recode (group) your data
    How to use simple SPSS syntax
    How to create new variables, and transform the values of existing variables.

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