Freshers Week is one amazing week of activities, events and fun to kick start your University experience!
This year Welcome Weekend will commence on Saturday 15 September, with Freshers Week starting on Monday 17 September and ending on Friday 21 September.
Over the coming weeks we’ll be updating this page with information on what you can expect and look forward to, but until then here are some things you can do before you get here -
Check Up on Union Day!
Union Day is a day dedicated to showcasing everything the Union has to offer! From Sports and Societies to representation and events, you can find out all about our programme of events by checking out the Union Day Page!
Take a look at our Freshers Line Up!
We've got an amazing line up for Freshers and the entire first term. Click here to take a look at the lineup.
Follow us on Facebook and Twitter
You can make sure you get the latest updates on Freshers 2012 by liking us on Facebook and following us on Twitter. Post a question to our Student Officers, Events Team or just see who else is going to be coming to Northampton! Why wait til September to start making new friends?!
Check out our Sports and Societies
We’ve got a range of different sports clubs and societies that you can join when you start at the University of Northampton, so why not have a browse before you start? If you’ve any questions you can find all their contact details on their page or you can find them once you start at the Sports and Societies Fair on Wednesday 19 September on Park Campus.
Click here for our range of Sports Clubs
And here for our Societies A - Z
Buy your NUS Extra Card
NUS Extra is a premium discount and membership card for students, with hundreds of fantastic savings available. It’s even got its own app! Information on how to buy your card can be found here.
Think about becoming a Hall Rep
This year we're launching our Student Hall Rep Scheme and if you have an interest in events or campaign management, representation, advocacy or would just like to get involved in a Committee that seeks to ensure our students living on campus have the best possible year then this is the role for you!
To be eligible you must be living in Student Halls on either our Park or Avenue Campuses and you can find the full role description and volunteer specification below. In return you'll learn great skills that will look fantastic on your CV, have the opportunity (and budget) to organise social events and trips for your halls and receive a FREE HOODIE! To find out more about the role and what it involves read the documents below or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Hall Rep Role Description
Student Hall Rep Volunteer Specification
To apply for this role visit our Hall Reps page.