• SurreyLearn unavailable on Sunday 16 July

    SurreyLearn will be unavailable on Sunday 16 July between 01:00am to 07:00am for essential system maintenance.

    If you need to access the service during this time please follow the guidance on saving content for offline use.

    If you have any questions or concerns please email or call 01483 689898.

  • Smoking Partial Ban Update

    As a result of your feedback we have relocated some shelters to ensure they are in convenient locations. We are also in the process of adding Wates Brothers and the Patio outside Rubix to the key places where smoking will be acceptable. Please note that these locations will be during Rubix Club opening hours and Wates Brothers opening hours only and the shelter outside Rubix is to be relocated (with further details to follow). 

    View the new locations of the shelters.

    We will also be in discussions with Student Services, Security, Warden Management and Trade Unions to plan the way forward for residences and enforcement.

    Whilst vaping is acceptable across campus outside, we would ask that you do not vape within two metres of offices and teaching spaces.

    As more work is being carried out in line with your feedback, this is causing a minor delay to the project. The new smoking policy will be implemented as soon as the project goes live. The aim of this policy is to continue to protect people from the harmful effects of passive smoking and to encourage staff to consider quitting smoking

    We would like to offer support to anyone who wishes to give up smoking. QUIT 51, the free stop smoking service, will be invited back to the University to provide guidance and advice.

    For further information please contact Susan Keirle.

  • Easter Campus Services

    Staying here on campus over Easter?

    Over the Easter holiday, the majority of University departments and services will run as normal except for a few days between Thursday 13 April and Wednesday 19 April inclusive. While the University will be quieter during the closure period, there are still plenty of services available to you.

    If something happens and you need help; support is always available Security Services and the Warden Team. You can contact your Warden by email as usual and in the case of an emergency via Security on 01483 68 3333.

    If you are ill during the closure period, you can access health services at the various Guildowns Medical Centres (contact details are available on their website). You can also dial NHS 111 for non-emergency medical help.

    The Residences Receptions will be open nearly every day for collection of post and parcels and for general enquiries about your accommodation.

    The Library will remain open throughout the Easter vacation and were are pleased to confirm that Simply Fresh will be open every day (including the Easter weekend).


    What else is on?

    There’s lots on to see and do in Guildford and Surrey over the Easter period and you can also find out more here.

    We have two new Enterprise cars at Manor Park and Stag Hill for students to use to go out and about. If you have not yet registered to join the student car club then you can do so via the Enterprise website quoting introductory offer STUS30.

    If you are staying with us on campus we hope you have a peaceful and relaxing time. For a full list of campus services and their opening times over the Easter break please see the Easter Campus Services page.

Event Calendar

  • NVivo Training Workshop (2 days)

    5 July 2017
    NVivo, developed by QSR, is a CAQDAS package which integrates the handling of textual data with quantitative and multimedia forms of information/data.


    The two-day workshop provides the opportunity to gain a thorough introduction to the software and practice tasks using one’s own data. The focus is on gaining confidence in the early tasks of setting up projects efficiently, exploring and coding data whilst having an eye on longer term tasks.

    This is an NVivo 11 for Windows course.  Participants using the Mac version are welcome to attend but the main part of the course will cover the functions available for the Windows version, which are not all the same for the Mac version.

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  • CHAIR Seminar 13 Tuesday 18th July 2017

    18 July 2017

    Dr Sid Thakur of North Carolina State University is Visiting Researcher to the CHAIR project.  An exciting seminar is due to take place at the Vet School on Tuesday 18th July at 11.30.

    Dr Thakur will speak on 'New and emerging threats of AMR from a global perspective'.

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  • TAROS Conference 2017

    19 July 2017


    The 18th Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems (TAROS) Conference will be held in the University of Surrey Guildford, UK on 19th to 21st July 2017.

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