The University has a comprehensive range of library facilities. Details can be obtained by consulting the university web site. The role of the University Library is to provide access to the world’s knowledge. There is a wealth of material available – over 1,500,000 printed volumes and 23,000 electronic journals – and staff to help you find what you need.
As part of your registration with the University you will receive a UCard from the University which will enable you to access the University's libraries, computing facilities and also to benefit from student discounts. These are not normally posted to you but are collected from the relevant programme coordinator. There is a replacement charge if you lose your UCard.
Corporate Information and Computing Services known as CiCS is our IT Support department.
As part of your registration the University provides you with a computer account which gives access to computing facilities, library services and student information.
You can also visit their website for help with a range of computing services offered services by the University such as connecting to Wi-Fi, setting up printing, how to change your password or what to do if you have forgotten your password.
Being a student means you can also access FREE software such as Microsoft Office 365 and you also have access to a range of Google Serivces as part of your Univesity account such as Google Drive, YouTube and more.
Visit the CiCS website to find out more https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/cics/students
If you need help with any technologies used for learning such as MUSE, MOLE, Submitting assignments through Turnitin you can contact your Departmental Learning Technologist or visit our Learning Technologies support website here https://sites.google.com/a/sheffield.ac.uk/student-induction/home
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301 is the University's Student Skills and Development Centre based in 301 Glossop Road, the Centre offers a range of services and activities to support your skills development.
Once you are registered as a student, you can come and talk to the Careers Service, even if you have no idea about what you want to do next. They can provide lots of support and plenty of information to help you get started with your career planning. You can book an appointment via our system, Career Connect, which also has lots of careers events and job vacancies just for you.
Visit their website to find out more: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/careers/index
Our Student Union has been awarded the No.1 Students Union for a number of years and can offer advice, support and information for not only undergraduate but postgraduate students too from anything from entertainment, social life, sport, clubs and societies.
If you are a new student registering with us you can find all the essential information you need to know about registering as a student here: www.sheffield.ac.uk/registration/newstudents
If you are a continuing student who is either moving into a further year of study, returning from a leave of absence or have studied with us before and need to confirm your intention to continue your studies you can get help here www.sheffield.ac.uk/registration/continuing
For students registering to undertake our part-time CPD modules you can find more information about the Schools registration process here sites.google.com/a/sheffield.ac.uk/student-induction/home