uea(su) is committed to providing a safe environment to all students, staff and visitors. The University promises to thoroughly investigate all reports of inappropriate behaviour and conduct and will implement recommendations and/or
actions in line with the disciplinary policy, equality and diversity policies, and contract of employment.If you experience any form of sexual harassment at any of our events, you can report the incident to any member of security,
bar staff or supervisor/duty manager. Also, the university has the Student Support Service who have trained advisers that can provide, confidential advice and support. They will help support you so you can make the decision that
is right for you. The quickest way to be meet with an adviser is to complete the ‘Report In’ form online.
How much are the events during the day?
Absolutely free! For students, you do not need to pay but you just might want to bring some money to buy lunch from one of our outlets. All day-time events can also be found on the events page on the SU website.
How do I join a club or society?
We have events during the day time including sports fayre and societies fayre where you can browse through all the amazing opportunities we have to offer, meet the members of those clubs and societies and sign up on the
What if I have accessibility needs?
We aim to provide equal opportunity for people with disabilities and to take the necessary steps to meet their requirements. We try to ensure that everything we do is accessible to as many of you as possible. The first
hour of the Sports and Societies fayres will be conditioned so it is autism-friendly and inclusive for all. Further information on disabilities at UEA can be found here.
If I miss the Welcome Fest events, can I still join a club or society?
You can join a sports club or society all year round. All you need to do is head to the Opportunities page on the SU website and purchase your memberships for the year. All the important information about the clubs and
societies can be found on their page so read up before you sign up! We recommend you attend Freshers’ Fair though, as you could pick up important information that might not be listed on their website, such as
the first social that the group might host or the first give-it-a-go session.
What if I'm an international student and my bank card isn't working?
We will be holding back a number of wristbands specifically reserved for international students just incase your bank card doesn't work