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To find your personal tutor's details, log into NottinghamHub and click on Support.
You will then be able to view the My Tutors section. If you click on your tutor's name, it will open an email with their email address in Outlook.
To view information relating to your Postgraduate Research programme, log into NottinghamHub and click on the Research tile.
This will display details of your supervisors, research topic, duration of your study and milestones.
Follow these steps to view your student ID number:
1. Log into NottinghamHub
2. Click on the ‘Profile’ tile
3. You will see your ID number in the top left of the screen
At the start of the academic year, we carry out processes to enrol you on your courses (modules). Once
these have been updated in NottinghamHub, it may take up to two working days before the content
in Moodle is made available to you.
If you are a returning student who has recently taken reassessments, it may take until the end of the first
week of the term for you to see the content in Moodle.
If you cannot see your content after this time, please raise an IT self-service request or phone the IT Service
At the start of the academic year, we carry out processes to enrol you on your courses (modules).
Once these have been updated in MyNottingham, it may take up to two working days before the content in Moodle is made available to you.
If you are a returning student, who has recently taken reassessments, it may take until the end of the first week of the term for you to see the content in Moodle.
If you cannot see your content after this time, please raise an IT self-service request or phone the IT Service Desk.
You will receive an email or notification when it is time for you choose your optional modules.
Please view the step-by-step video for guidance on how to choose your optional modules in NottinghamHub.
NottinghamHub limits permission to view strictly by team, so other teams at the University of Nottingham will not be able to view your personal details if you upload them to the correct folder in NottinghamHub. Do not select ‘Manage Documents’ as this will upload documents to the Student Recruitment team.
Your support request will then be available to view by the Disability Support Services Team only.
A Disability Adviser of Specialist Study Support Tutor will review the documents you have shared. They may be able to confirm your Alternative Exam Adjustments (AEA)s and activate your Support Plan or they may wish to arrange an appointment to discuss it further. If so, they will be in contact via email.
Once your Support Plan is confirmed, you will receive email confirmation and you will also be able to view the arrangements in NottinghamHub.
The NHS University Health Centre on University Park provides a range of services including access to specialist services (including psychiatric services) on site. Students should register there when they arrive and can still visit a GP at home as a temporary patient if they need to.
If they haven’t registered, they can still call and get an appointment, with the agreement they’ll register as soon as possible.
Contact the University Health Centre
Students studying at Sutton Bonnington can register with local practices and we have a close working relationship with the Orchard Practice in Kegworth, where many students are registered.
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Disability Support Services
Information for Former Students
Module choice and enrolment
Student Services feedback form
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