COVID-19 and the community
It’s more important now than ever to be mindful and respectful to people around us. When you are out and about in the community, please remember that your actions reflect on the University and its reputation.
We ask that you adhere to social distancing practices when in or around public places in Nottingham, making sure you’re keeping enough space between people when in shops, bars, parks and on public transport.
Don’t forget to wear a mask or face covering when using public transport or entering a shop and keep washing your hands thoroughly.
You should also follow the latest government advice on socialising and mixing households.
Off campus student affairs
Many students move off-campus during their time at University.
Here, you will find everything you need to know to help and support you as a member of your local community.
We've got plenty of advice and guidance on what it takes to be a good neighbour and how to get involved with your community.
You'll also find information about crime prevention and staying safe as well as the all important helpful hints on house-hunting.
To keep up to date with what is going on off-campus, follow us on Twitter, or visit our blog.
View the latest edition of our Community Newsletter.
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A number of our students will choose to live off campus during their time at the University of Nottingham. Have a look at our page to find out how to make the most of living in the community. There's great advice on being a good neighbour, managing your waste and recycling and how to give back to your local community.
Nottingham has been recognised for its safety and has a Purple Flag City Centre. We run educational campaigns for students each year to reinforce key messages about taking simple steps to keep safe. Take a look at our page for some simple tips on how to avoid becoming a victim of crime.
Try not to be pressured into deciding who you would like to live with too early on in the academic year. Once you've made this important decision, take a look at our simple steps to make sure that you secure good quality accommodation for you and your housemates.
The Off Campus Student Affairs team runs a range of educational campaigns and projects each academic year, aimed at imparting key messages to students who have chosen to live in the community whilst completing their studies.
The University of Nottingham wants to support projects that enhance the relationship between students and permanent residents. Community Chest offers grants of up to £500 for projects linking students, local residents, community organisations and local agencies into initiatives that aim to improve community relations.
Read our Community Newsletters to learn about the many ways our students are making a positive contribution both on and off campus. Find out how to recruit student volunteers to your project. Let us know if there are any issues in the community that we should be aware of.
See latest advice for UoN community and details of how to report symptoms or test results