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Information for new students

I have a confirmed place at Liverpool Hope, what do I do now?

Now that you have a confirmed place at Liverpool Hope, there are a few tasks to ensure that transition into University life runs as smoothly as possible:

My Hope

My Hope is the portal for current students at Liverpool Hope University. It has the resources and information that you need to support your teaching and learning. You can access your My Hope portal through the Hope website. Click on the Student/Staff Gateway at the top of the screen. You should then see the link to My Hope in the box on the right hand side of the screen. Alternatively you can access it directly from here

You will find Moodle, the University's Virtual Learning Environment which will support you through your programme of study. You should check that you have access to Moodle and that all registered courses appear on it.

If you have any trouble accessing these please contact our IT Help Desk who will assist you.

IT Help Desk: 0151 291 2100 or  itshelp@hope.ac.uk

 

Information for new students starting January 2018:

You need to do the following: 

Register

You will need to register for your studies. For this you will need your login details for Hope IT systems. This information will be sent to you via email, when your place is confirmed. If you are yet to receive your email and think you should have done so please contact our Student Enrolment Team:  on 0151 291 3899 or by email admission@hope.ac.uk

When you have your log in details you will be able to access the registration screens through the Hope website. There will be a direct link on the front page or you can click through staff/student gateway (at the top of the page) then MyHope (where you will be asked to log in). When you are in MyHope you need to click on Student Record Management (SRM) to access your registration screens.

 

Tell us who will pay your fees

When you have completed your registration you will automatically be directed onto our finance system and will be asked to confirm who will be paying your fees. If you are applying for a student loan you will be able to indicate this on these pages. Alternatively if you or your parents/supporters are paying your fees directly you will be able to set up a payment plan.

 

Access your timetable

Before your course begins you will be able to view your individual time-table within the SRM (Student Record Management system).  Be sure to check your schedule for each week as they may differ, particularly in the first few weeks of term.

 

Make sure you know when to arrive at Hope

All New PGT students should attend the induction event at Hope Park on Tuesday 9 January 2018 at 3.30pm, Gateway Building. 

Any new PGT students residing on campus should arrive on or after Saturday 6 January 2018

 

Get an ID Card

New PGT students can also collect their ID cards from the the Gateway Services Desk  at Hope Park when first come onto campus. These are available Monday to Friday 9am-5pm. 

 

Confirm your accommodation

If you are moving into one of our halls of residence and your place at the University has been confirmed you will have received an email allocating you to a room. You are required to confirm your acceptance of this room by responding to the email. When you have done this you will be given guidance on how to set up a payment plan to pay for your accommodation.

If you are yet to receive this email or have further queries about your place in halls please contact the Accommodation Team:  0151 291 3434 or accommodation@hope.ac.uk

 

Access your Hope email and your Moodles

Within My Hope you will also be able to access your Hope email account and your Moodles for each of the courses you are studying. It would be a good idea to start having a look at these now. The University and your tutors will use these to contact you and to provide you with information about your studies.

 

Go to the Library as soon as possible

​A very important part of your studies here will be the information and resources you use to help you with your assignments, and may ultimately be the difference between getting a first class or a third class degree or a distinction at postgraduate level!  Therefore, it is essential that you attend a library introduction session as this will be your opportunity to find out how to access and use the catalogue and much more.  We look forward to meeting you in the Sheppard-Worlock Library.