University Of Chichester IT Services

By | 10th May 2017

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University Of Chichester IT Services

IT Services For Students

We pride ourselves on the quality of the learning environment we have created for our students.

At both campuses there is an integrated approach to the provision of learning resources and support, enabling all our students to:

  • Use a range of study areas for group, quiet and silent study with wifi for laptops, phones and tablets
  • Find an open access PC or Apple Mac to work at with a range of software to support their studies, use the University virtual learning environment (VLE) and a wide range of electronic resources,and access the internet
  • Borrow a netbook or specialist media equipment
  • Receive support from a team of support advisors, subject librarians, IT and media technicians and academic skills specialists

Student IT facilities are centred on the Learning Resource Centres, and supported by a state-of-the art wireless network covering all key areas. The network gives fast internet access, as well as opening up all our on-line resources and Virtual Learning Environment. There are printers located all around the campus, and our “follow-me” service means you can pick up your job from any convenient machine. IT support is readily available; there is extensive on-line help, or you can contact us via the Support and Information Zone counter or telephone (whenever the LRCs are open) or by email or self-service at any time.

All University-run student accommodation – including the on Campus residences, Pinewood, Havenstoke and Stockbridge – has high speed wired access to the internet and provides connectivity for multiple devices including games consoles, access to free-to-air television and the option to subscribe to telephony, premium TV and even higher bandwidth services. Wireless access is available in communal areas and many other areas of the residences.