Welcome to CU Scarborough
First, congratulations on your CU offer. Going into higher education is an exciting life choice. You’ll be joining a tight-knit community and experiencing a truly unique approach to study.
From here on out we’ll be in touch before those important first days. To help those new student nerves, we’ve got a simple guide to what happens next.
Before you start
Before you start, we will send you an enrolment link by email. Part of your enrolment should include uploading a photo for your Student ID card.
CU have an online induction with an introduction to CU, hints and tips about student life and access to your learning materials.
Online learning is new for many students, so induction includes IT help to get started:
- How to set up your Microsoft Office 365 account.
- How to use Aula (Virtual learning environment).
- How to use Wayfinder (Online hub for navigating our services).
It can be overwhelming starting in higher education, so you can come back to your induction at any time.
Student ID card
Your ID card gives access to CU facilities and accommodation. It also allows use of printers, registers your attendance and grants student discounts.
Your card gets posted to you after you upload a photo for enrolment. Otherwise, you’ll need to book to collect your card in person and bring accepted proof of identity and nationality.
When you start
How do I get to CU Scarborough and find my way around?
Directions to CU Scarborough and around each CU location are on Wayfinder.
Please read our COVID safety guide.
What do I do if I’m late?
Call the Student Engagement Team on +44 (0) 24 7765 6565.
We’ll do what we can to help you get caught up. You can also access your online induction material.