The PrintShop (print and imaging service) is available to students and staff. We carry out work for staff, provide a service to students, and offer a commercial print service to the general public.Locations
The University’s emergency phone number operates 24 hours a day for on campus emergencies: 01243 816363 (extension 6363 from an internal phone). This number can be used to request first aid support, or to report security issues or lift breakdowns.
Where appropriate please call 999 for...
The SIZ counters are located on the ground floor of the Learning Resource Centres on the Bognor Regis and Chichester campuses.
The maps website can help you to find your way around the campuses.
The vast majority of all University computers have been updated to Windows 10 and Office 2016.
New features available in Windows 10 have been documented on the Windows 10 Moodle Page. If you would like a familiarisation session, please book a 1-2-1 tutorial, please email ITskills@chi.ac.uk...
Pop-ups are web pages that are forced to open in separate windows.
Pop-ups may contain useful information; however, be cautious of online advertisement pop-ups or websites attempting to use pop-ups to install malicious programs or viruses.
Below are some guides on how to enable or...
You can set Adobe Reader as the default programme for viewing pdfs on Windows computers by following these steps:
1. Click on the Start button and select the Settings cog
2. In the Windows Settings display, select System
3. Within the...
Information about graduation, including about the ceremonies, academic dress, and tickets is available on the University's main website.
The default reply method in Office 365 is reply all (which is different to the Outlook desktop client installed on University computers).
This guide will show you how change the setting from 'reply all' to 'reply' in Office 365.
With over 5,000 students and 1,000 members of staff, the University’s activities can have a large impact on our local and global environment. However, our activities provide us with many opportunities to create a culture of environmental awareness throughout our community, which will hopefully...
If you communicate by email with members of staff from the University of Chichester, it is likely you have been sent an encrypted email if it contains sensitive or personal information.
While instructions are provided in the email on how to decrypt the message, a more detailed guide is...