Sticking to the current national restrictions doesn't mean that students can't get involved in the rich range of activities that are such a big part of student life at Lincoln. From online exercise groups to communal study sessions, there are plenty of ways to stay connected with people across campus.
Our academic teams, Wellbeing Centre, Residential Wardens, Sports Centre, Careers and Employability, and the Students' Union continue to deliver a variety of online and on-campus activities and events, where you can meet up with friends, keep fit and healthy, and develop new skills. Just follow the links below to find out more and book a place at one of our events.
Please remember that the University remains open. Our on-campus services and facilities, such as the Library and social study spaces, are still available to you, so you can continue to use these for your studies. Covid-secure measures are in place across our campus, in line with the latest Government guidelines.
Even though things may feel a little more challenging at the moment, we know that everyone still wants to make friends. So why not join in and get involved? Student life must go on!
Why not use this time productively and complete your Lincoln Award. The Lincoln Award is run by the Careers and Employability Service and is designed to support, enhance and recognise extracurricular activity. By completion of the award you will be confident communicating your skills to any employer.
Watch our video to find out more.
The University of Lincoln Students' Union is an independent, student-led organisation run on behalf of all our students. There are many ways for you to get involved and develop your skills with volunteering and other employability opportunities. You can access a wealth of many other services such as the SU Advice Centre.
The SU also runs a number of events and activities throughout the year, and students can join up and take part in a range of academic and sports societies.
Our friendly Residential Wardens team can provide support and someone to talk to outside of normal University hours. Residential Wardens are current postgraduate students who have experience of studying and living in Lincoln.
The team offers a programme of events and activities to help you make new friends and keep in contact with other students.