If you are required to re-enrol you will be contacted by email shortly after you have received your results.
There are two simple steps for you to follow in order to enrol:
If you are eligible to progress into the next academic year, you will be directed to your Blackboard homepage and the personal details that we currently hold for you.
You must read the Privacy Notice, confirm you have done this and submit your details as directed.
You will not be formally enrolled until you have completed and submitted your personal details, including payment information and attended an enrolment kiosk.
Once you have done this you will receive email confirmation. The deadline to do this is 13 September 2018.
Choose Your Modules
If your course has optional modules, you can choose the ones you will study from a list on Blackboard during Step 1 of the enrolment process. If you do not have this information now, please contact your School Administrator to select your modules.
You will need to confirm the modules you are studying from September for the academic year. We would ask that you do this before you come to enrol.
Attend one of the enrolment kiosks from 18 September 2018 to complete the enrolment process. Please click the link below.
Important: You will not be able to enrol without your student ID card. If you have lost your student ID card, you will need to purchase a new one from the Student Support Centre or Library before you enrol.
Your enrolment will be delayed if these steps are not completed before you enrol. Once you have updated your details, it takes 24 hours before you can complete enrolment at an enrolment kiosk.
If you are unable to enrol between 18 and 24 September (weekdays only) at an enrolment kiosk, you will need to enrol at the Student Support Centre in the Minerva Building, after the 24 September 2018. Opening times are Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays - 8:30am to 5:00pm. Wednesdays - 9:30am to 5:00pm. Fridays 8:30am to 4:30pm.
The Student Charter is produced in partnership with the University & the Student Union. The Student Charter provides details of the clear rights and responsibilities of staff and students. The Charter encapsulates what we; staff and students, can expect from each other and what we owe each other, and describes the contract between staff and students.
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For information relating to these loans for academic year 18/19 please see the attached leaflet. These loans are available for both full time and part time Master’s students; eligibility criteria applies.
The information you provided when updating your personal details, will be processed by the University of Lincoln for purpose(s) related to your studies and other services in accordance with relevant Data Protection legislation including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). We have a statutory obligation to share some information we hold about you with the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) and other bodies. Your personal data may be shared with the appropriate regulatory body for your course and your name may be included on published results lists and others. Your name and term time address may be shared with the relevant local council to verify qualification for council tax exemption. In the event of non-payment of fees, your personal data may be used for credit assessment, tracing, collection and the prevention of fraud. After you graduate, we retain some of your information to verify results and supply replacement certificates and transcripts. Your details may be used to invite you to join the University’s Alumni Network. If you consent, your data will be shared with the University of Lincoln Students’ Union. Find a full copy of the student Privacy Notice on the link above. By enrolling at the University you agree to accept the University’s Terms and Conditions and abide by the rules, regulations, policies and procedures located at www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/abouttheuniversity/governance/regulationspolicies/