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Support and advice from orientation to exam results, including finance, accommodation and health.

Highlights
Orientation 2014

Orientation 2014|

Have you had a chance to read through the Guide to Orientation 2014|?  The Guide to Orientation 2014 is more than just an events calendar!  The second half of the guide has useful tips on how to apply for a discounted student travel card|, how to register with a GP|, how to choose your courses| and more! 

 
Students

Update your address in LSE for You|

All students (new and continuing) should make sure to update your addresses in LSE for You| as soon as you know where you will be living in this academic year. You will need to do this at least one hour before requesting any documents from the Student Services Centre. 

 
New arrivals

Living Off-Campus? Make use of the Student Mentoring Scheme!|

New undergraduate students not living in LSE-owned Halls of Residence are encouraged to participate in the Student Mentoring Scheme|. Please email studentmentoring@lse.ac.uk| if you think you meet the criteria but haven’t yet heard from a Mentor.

 
votesForWomen

New undergraduate course - Gender, Politics and Civil Society|

Sign up now for the Gender Institute's first ever undergraduate course. With the arrival of The Women’s Library at LSE, the Gender Institute is offering an innovative new course, Gender, Politics and Civil Society|, available to all 2nd and 3rd year undergraduates, that draws on this remarkable collection.