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  2. Census Day has passed but there’s still time to make sure all Marjon students are included in the census. Wherever you are, request a code online and complete the census for your university address here: www.census.gov.uk. Not sure what to do?

  3. Performing arts students, Chloe and Cecily, started a theatre group for their dissertation. Since late 2020, Encore Arts has grown in popularity, with 30 children engaging in weekly sessions! They're performing tonight if you fancy a show For more:

  4. Only half of us are back in the flat so it’s a lot quieter. We keep busy with board games, drinking games and watching films together. I was supposed to start placement this term in a primary school but sadly it’s been postponed. I do my best to

  5. Business skills are crucial for graduates. To provide our graduates with an edge we have business lecturers teaching on many of our degrees. We also offer business degrees which are accredited by The Chartered Management Institute. This means you

  6. A Christmas message from our Vice-Chancellor, Professor Rob Warner

  7. Calling Marjon students, we’re looking for Resident Student Assistants (RSAs) and Senior RSAs to work alongside our Student Life Team! Starting from the academic year 21/22, you can be a part of the team who support our students living in halls or

  8. Get tested before you travel. Hit the link and get all the information you need as a student travelling home for Christmas break. Safe, quick and easy to do. Book your test now https://www.marjon.ac.uk/coronavirus/

  9. Who’s up for another Marjon competition? We have ten Marjon branded notebooks and pens to giveaway. To enter, like this post. For full terms and conditions https://www.marjon.ac.uk/marjon-notebook-and-pen-competition/

  10. “Who knew Marjon had that?” As part of our Virtual Open Days, here is our alternative campus tour. Brought to you by students, Charlotte and Niamh, we sum up some of things you might not expect a university to have.

  11. We’re supporting #UniMentalHealthDay, so we’ve picked out our top student support resources... Marjon’s Student Support and Wellbeing team are just an email away: studentsupport@marjon.ac.uk The Listening Post is Marjon’s student led support

  12. I’m kind of enjoying lockdown to be honest. I’m living on campus and I feel lucky to be back as I have my housemates. We plan lots of activities to keep entertained. We cook together as a house, play games, watch TV together and go for walks to

  13. It's been a year like no other for first year students. Rowan Mobsby-Frost, a first year student, tells us more... https://sites.marjon.ac.uk/marketing1/2021/03/23/my-friends-deferred-i-didnt/

  14. Here’s a summary of the key points for students on having an asymptomatic test. Swipe through and take a look ➡️ ℹ️ https://www.marjon.ac.uk/coronavirus/

  15. Do you have an idea on how to improve student experiences? After a great first year, Marjon Change Makers is returning for students to enhance services at Marjon. You will gain up to 50 hours paid work. Applications close on Sunday, November 15.

  16. At Marjon, we believe that Every Mind Matters. Having good mental health helps us relax, achieve our best and enjoy our lives more. Below is a great free resource that could help support any worries you might have. Check it out

  17. The results of the Marjon Student Mental Health Survey are now in. It was led by Student Change Maker Lucy Branton and attracted 127 respondents in March 2021.

  18. It's not too late to apply. UCAS has extended the applications deadline by two weeks to 29 January. Find out what it'll be like to study with us: https://www.marjon.ac.uk/applied/september-2021/

  19. Did you know that Marjon has a Rent Related Hardship Fund? Students that have been unable to live in their student accommodation for over four weeks, due to Covid-19, are entitled to apply. Applications are open until March 10, email

  20. Have you noticed the increasing use of personal pronouns such as he/him, she/her, they/them or ze/zir in email signatures and social media bios? Sharing your pronouns helps normalise discussions about gender, especially for trans and non-binary

  21. We're got a belated Christmas gift for you today - check out these photos of The Actor's Wheel in panto back in December 2020!

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