Guide to your first week
In your first weeks you'll be able to join activities and useful information sessions to help you make a great start to life at Stirling. More information will be added in the coming months.
Course teams in each Faculty will arrange for you to meet the staff, other students and learn how things work at Stirling. You'll get essential information to help you settle in and find your feet. Inductions will be delivered both online and face-to-face in accordance with social distancing guidelines. Select your Faculty for more information:
- Faculty of Arts and Humanities
- Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport
- Faculty of Natural Sciences
- Faculty of Social Sciences
- Stirling Management School
If you're unsure of what Faculty you are part of then see our list of subjects and the Faculty that runs them.
On Canvas you will find a site for each of your registered modules and within each module you will have the opportunity to sign up for teaching sessions. We recommend you do this as soon as possible as sessions will become full quickly.
Each module will offer an outline of the activity on your module and a schedule of teaching sessions. You can use the calendar function in Canvas to record your personal timetable for the semester.
In your first fews weeks the University will run a range of online and on-campus activities and useful information sessions to help your make a great start to life at Stirling.
More information about the welcome activities will be added in the coming months.
You will be fully enrolled once you have completed all of the online enrolment processes and received your ID card. Find out how you will receive your student ID card. For help in navigating the enrolment process, queries about finance, visas or anything else which is worrying you, contact the Student Hub via LiveChat from your portal.
All students will be allocated a personal tutor. Details of who your personal tutor is will appear on your portal once you are fully enrolled. They will be in touch to arrange to meet you in the first two weeks of semester.
The medical and dental centre on campus is open for new registrations.
We know that getting connected to the Wi-Fi is one of the first things you will want to do. Read the instructions on how to access the Wi-Fi.
If you need help getting connected to Wi-Fi then our Wi-Fi Wizards will be around to help you.
Got a question?
If you have any questions about student life then who better to ask than one of our current students!