Welcome | Frequently Asked Questions

 

Enrolment/Timetable Info

Staffordshire University's Welcome site has all the information you need about how to enrol, either online or in-person.
You should receive an email with all of your timetable information for Welcome Week and beyond. You can also view your timetable on the MyStaffsUni app after you've enrolled.
 
If you haven't received this email or you're having trouble finding this information, contact the University Enquiries Team on +44(0)1782 294400.

 

How do I purchase tickets for events?

If you've enrolled/re-enrolled and you have a student email address, you should be able to log into our website using these details to purchase tickets for any events in our What's On section.
 
If you've not made it that far yet, or you're having trouble logging in, register a guest account here then you should be able to buy your tickets.
 
Some events are free and don't require you to buy a ticket, keep an eye out on What's On if you're looking to get involved on a budget or just fancy turning up to a few things here and there.

 

What is an SU (Students' Union)?

Our purpose is to represent your academic interests and provide opportunities for you to shape your University experience but we can’t do that without you.
 
As a student at Staffordshire University, you are automatically a member of the SU and have access to all the services we offer.
 

 

Where can I find out what's going on this week?

Check out our Events page specifically for Welcome Week, or look at What's On to plan ahead for a semester of fun!
 

I'm looking for advice on...

Student Finance

Changing course or other academic issues

Managing my money

Housing

Other advice

 

I'm looking for part-time work, can I work at the SU?

Absolutely.
 
Our Union Team Members roles are opportunities for Students to support the work of the Students' Union in essential customer facing roles. Designed to give you the greatest range of experiences and be flexible around your studies, we're proud to attract over 800 applications for these roles each year.
 
Our next Assessment Centres are on Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th September 2018 for roles starting in September.

 

I'm looking for something to eat/drink...

Check out what's on offer in our Venues.

 

I need to buy some essentials...

We have two shops on campus with your everyday essentials from stationary to branded Staffs Uni hoodies.
 

How do I make a suggestion/give feedback?

We help students make a #BetterStaffs through our online Student Voice tool. Submit your ideas and vote on what the Union should make a priority.

 

What is a club/society?

A group of students, led by students, that come together to share that interest. It could be anything from table-top games to American football and everything in-between.
 
 

What is a Network?

Student-led groups that strive to ensure our diverse community here at Staffordshire University is represented. We support Networks such as LGBT+, Disabled students, Commuter students and many more.