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Atrium Roadshow: ‘Have you heard of the Atrium?’

05 Feb 2014

The Atrium opened its doors to students on 23 September and now we’re taking a Roadshow across campus to talk to students and colleagues about the new space, and the services offered there.

The Atrium

The Atrium is a newly refurbished space and has been designed as a ‘one stop shop’ for information, advice & guidance.  Students are encouraged to visit the Atrium on the 1st Floor of University Place to find out more about making the most of their time here and to also receive relevant advice and guidance on a range of pastoral matters, University Policies and procedures. The Atrium is home to the Student Support Adviser and the Student Money Adviser, as well as the Careers and International Programmes Office. Students are able to book private one-to-one appointments in the Atrium “Pods” but there is also a quiet and comfortable study lounge where students can use computers, printers, and have access to WiFi.

Each month, the Atrium will be promoting health and wellbeing activities. Here is a selection of some of the activities that are coming up:

February - Broadening your horizons

  • Earth Week
  • My FutureFest …... plus lots more

March – Decisions Made Easy

  • Student Money Week
  • Accommodation Fair   …... plus lots more

April - Gearing Up For Exams

  • Exam and Study Support
  • Beating Stress ... plus lots more

May - Feeling Good

  • Mental Health Awareness Week
  • Make the Most of Your Summer …... plus lots more

June - Be Future Fit

  • Men’s Health Awareness Week
  • Graduate Recruitment Fair     …... plus lots more

Make sure you come and say hello and pick up some free stuff!

Atrium Roadshow dates

  • Wednesday, 5 February, Alan Gilbert Learning Commons
  • Monday, 7 February, Main Library
  • Monday, 17 February, Student Services Centre
  • Monday, 10 March, George Begg Building
  • Friday, 14 March, Joule Library

Further information

For more information, and to get involved in helping promote these services to students, please contact: