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Your Welcome Week

Library square bustles with activity in Welcome Week

Welcome Week is here!  Were excited to welcome you to Sussex, and heres a quick guide to having a successful Welcome Week:

  • Check out Get Settled for how to find your timetable – make sure you don’t miss out on any essential talks and activities.
  • Dont forget to book some optional Pick and Mix sessions too, as these are ticketed.
  • Attend the Freshers Fair on Monday afternoon – see the various clubs and societies we have on offer, and choose some to sign up to. Joining a society is a great way to meet new people and make friends.
  • Read our Welcome Week Guide or pick up a hard copy from our Welcome Marquee in Library Square
  • Make time for yourself – theres a Chill Out Zone in the Jubilee building where you can choose to relax and sit quietly, do some crafting or play board games.

 Cheryl Moyo, whos been working as a Graduate Connector on Welcome Week activity over the summer, shares her experiences of her Welcome Week:

“My goal for Welcome Week was to get as involved as I possibly could! I attended all of my academic sessions to meet my academic advisor, lecturers, and people studying the same course as me. The 'New to the UK' sessions were some of my favourites. I learned how to navigate life in the UK and met other international students from all over the world. I signed up for five societies during the Freshers Fair (and only followed through with two of them). In between mocktail-making classes, poster sales, and karaoke nights, I also made sure to take a break for a few hours when I needed to. Welcome Week can be overwhelming with moving in, the different events, and meeting new people, so don't put too much pressure on yourself. Welcome Week is only the beginning of your time at Sussex.”

For further details about being a new student, see our New Student pages.

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